WM-MINGTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY
We Can Soar To The Goals We Set
For Ourselves, For The Sky Is Our
Limit And The Doors Of Time Have
Just Now Opened.
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UNITED WE STAND
CLASS OF 1 974
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1974'S TEACHER OF THE YEAR
RICHARD W. FARDY
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Mr. Walter H. Pierce
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Derek R. Little
Assistant Superintendent of Schools
To the Class of 1974:
Well done! You have now achieved another goal in your educational career. For some of you, it will be the end of your formal education. To you my
wishes are that you will utilize wisely the knowledge you have gained during these past years. To those who are planning to further their education, my
best wishes for continued educational success.
The School Committee joins me in extending congratulations to each and every one of you. We extend our best wishes for happiness and success in
the years to come.
Walter H. Pierce
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Jerry Houghton
School Committee: Mr. R. Thackeray, Mrs. B. Hooper, Mr. J. Brooks. Back Row: Mr. J.
Nealon, Mr. J. Demos, Mr. H. Landers.
Mr. Bernard P. McMahon
Mr. Harold F. Garrett
Mrs. Patricia Gearty, Mrs. Winifred Barry
Mr. Roger F. Breakey
Dean of Students
ART — Miss Patricia Stanceu, Miss Laura Campbell,
MATH — First Row: Miss Shirley McCutcheon, Mrs. Kathleen Bell, Mrs. Carol
King, Miss Patricia Norkunas, Mr. Timothy Hill. Second Row: — Mr. Frank
Kelley, Mr. John Lynch, Mr. James Babcock, chairman, Mr. Malcolm Jones,
Mr. Thomas Woodbury, Mr. Robert Saxe, Mr. Roger Cate.
MUSIC — Miss Linda Jackson, — director, Mr. John Ward, Mr. James Damoulakis
Mr. John Lynch — Director of Student
Missing — Mr. John Brake.
SOCIAL STUDIES — First Row: Mr. Lawrence Maggio, Mr. Joseph Beaton, chairman,
Mr. Robert Cripps. Second Row: Mr. Gennaro DiSarcina, Mr. Carl Olsson, Mr. Charles
Keady, Mr. Alan Fessenden. Missing — Mrs. Lesley Basmajian, Mr. Steven O'Brien,
Mr. Richard Scanlon.
PHY. ED — Mr. Frederick Bellissimo,
director, Mr. Robert Alyward.
SCIENCE — Mr. John Krey, Mr. Richard Fardy, Miss Georgia Dadoly, Mrs. Marjorie Butler, Dr. Jeanne Peter-
son, Mrs. Priscilla Lockwood, Mr. John Hartnett
GUIDANCE — Mr. Malcolm Jones, Dr. Kevin Callahan, Mrs. Constance Skahan, Miss Marjorie Marshall, Mr. George Cogan.
READING — Mrs. Marjorie Ritvo, Miss Charlene
Golanka. Missing — Mrs. Joy Kern
FOREIGN LANGUAGE — Miss Louise Boochino, director, Miss Sherry Jellison,
Mrs. Ceclia Lewis, Mrs. Lyndia Baan, Mrs. Sharon Hone, Mr. Rolando Gonzalez.
Missing — Mrs. Marlene Ross
SPECIAL NEEDS — Mr. Sal Albano.
HOME ECONOMICS — Mrs. Eva Kanchuga, director, Mrs. Eileen Malay, Mrs.
Suzanne Partlow, Mrs. Mildred Bean, Miss Nancy Falzano. Missing — Miss Mar-
INDUSTRIAL ARTS — Mr. Robert Dicey, Mr. John Murphy, Mr. John McDermott.
Second Row — Lawrence DeGeorge, Mr. Alfred Hambelton, Mr. Frank Lentine.
AUDIO-VISUAL — Mr. Matthew Joyce
PHYS. ED. — Miss Jan Cassidy, Miss Alice McCarthy
BUSINESS — Miss Martha Land, Mrs. Mary Thiel, Mrs. Francis
Boudreau, Mrs. Eileen Harvey, Miss Jean Longo, Mrs. Donna Ger-
shon, Mrs. Joy Donnelly, Mr. Charles Shiere
ENGLISH — Mr. Robert Malay, Mrs. Joyce Aldrich, Mr. Richard Dulong, Miss Sylvia Milanese, Miss
Karen Hellmer, Miss Catherine Symonds, Mrs. RoseMarie Koure, Mr. Daniel Grecoe, Miss Mary Ken-
nedy, Mrs. Betsy Cronin. Missing — Mr. Robert Hamilton, Miss Carol Chipman, Mrs. Barbara Mmdell,
Mrs. Beverly Shea
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First Row — Roy Meyer, Gail Irwin, Marijane Cunningham, Susan Lowry, Ann Breakey, Margie Coulton Paul Sferrazza. Second
Row — John Arvanitus, Mary Castaldo, Becky Suggs, Carol Kincaid, Margaret Plumer. Missing — Jay Garden
First Row — Susan Peabody (Vice-President), Maureen Lounsbury, Kathi Gilligan (President), Mr. McDermott (Advisor), Becky
Suggs. Second Row — Angela Valente, Mary Markey, Karen McVicker, Cathy Bristol, Lusann Nicholas, David McMillan. Mis-
sing — Margie Coulton, Robin Land, Gay Rinker, Chris Emery, Mike Falzone.
First Row — Dottie Baker, Donna Mulhollond, Cheryl Lawler, Barbara Coursey, Susan Walker, Sally Carlson, Lusann Nicholas, Susan
Peabody, Lisa Branzetti. Second Row — Theresa Castaldo, Joan Theriault, Diane Silverman, Susan Lowry. Third Row — Miss Claire Kroll
(Advisor), Ann Brewster, Ann Breakey, Jack Holloway, Bob Stewart, Paul Fitch, Rick Howlett, Wade Holbrook, Paul Sferrazza, Ellen
O'Rourke, Wendy Wiberg. Missing — Kathi Gilligan, Mary King, Betty Nee, Marty Begonis, Karen McEachern, Kathy McGinley.
First Row — Mike Mahoney, Bruce Bishop. Second Row — Wade Holbrook, Tom Woods, Jim Buck, Bob Stewart, Paul
Gracia. Missing — John Harrison.
First Row — Gail Fullerton, Terry Gilligan, Lisa Stira, Lorraine Spade, Joyce Welch, Diane Bonaccorsi, Carole-Ann Tyler,
Cathy Bristol, Miss Campbell (Advisor). Second Row — Miss Stanceau (Advisor), Robin Land, Heather Tadgell, Barry
Aruda, Debbie Milano, Lorna Fantasia. Third Row — Chris Emery, Becky Suggs, Dave McMillan, Mark Materese, Jack
Holloway, Peter Michaud, Paul Sferrazza, Bonnie Scheu, Judy Lefavour, Sandy Starke.
First Row — John Imbimbo, Steve Tsihlis, Joe Shibilia, Rich Stratton, Andy Leyenaur. Second Row — Mark Materese, Debbie
Lancaster, Cheryl Clark (Editor), Mrs. Harvey (Advisor), Ed Adams (Editor), Judy Wright, Carl Singelas.
First Row — Mrs. Symonds (Advisor), Ann Breakey, Beth Bradford, Janice Spada, Margie Coulton, (President), Cheryl Lawler
(Treasurer), Susan Hosmer, Pat Vayo, Marijane Cunningham. Second Row — Kathy Pavelcak (Secretary), Carole-Ann Tyler (Vice-
President), Chris Barbas, Judy Strand, Lisa Stira, Nancy White, Dianne Spear, Leslie Crawford, Third Row — Judy LeFavor, Elaine
Lyford, Mike Mahoney, Paul Gracia, Mark, O'Heame, Bob Stewart, Wade Holbrook, Becky Suggs.
First Row — Dave Mather, Tony Maxfield, John Kaminski, Todd Little. Second Row — John Imbimbo, Andy Leyenaur, Ken
Leavitt, Willis Lyford, Mark O'Heame.
First Row — Mr. John Krey (Advisor), Lavinia White, Marijane Cunningham, Elaine Lyford (President), Kathy Pavelcak, Mark O'Hearne (Vice-
President), Second Row — Carolyn Landry, Dave Allen, Ed Adams, John Kaminski, Dave Landry, Tammy Tutela, Sandy Hogg, Rose Tyler,
Lorraine Spada, Third Row — Gerard Cunningham, Andy Leyenaur, Todd Little, Carole-Ann Tyler, Bob Jones, Mark Callahan, Gary Minks.
Fourth Row — Mark Smith, Ron Deveau. Missing — Janice Spada, Patti Hanlon, Leslie Crawford, Willis Lyford.
First Row — Karen Fielding, Lorraine Spada, Carole Tyler, Sharon Clark, Marcy Lester, Kathy Shinners, Karen Borassa, Diane Dizacomo.
Second Row — Janice Spada (President), Cheryl Clark, Margaret Forrest, Miss Carol Chipman (Advisor), Elaine Lyford. Third Row — Sue
Peabody, Andy Leyenaur, Willis Lyford, David Mather, Tony Maxfield, Paul Gracia, Carl Silva, Richard Grinder, Karin Passmore.
Priscilla Martell, Donna McDonald, Joyce Paraskeva, Janice Gennetti, Judy Strand.
First Row — Marcy Lester, Bob Leathe, Patti Hanlon, Tom Webber, Margie Coulton, Dana Daniell, Nancy Meyer, Michelle Virtus, Melissa
Ward, Debbie Morrissette. Second Row — Peggy Barry, Heather Tadgell, Mary Markey, Leslee Webber, Sharon Bothelho, Cathy Morris-
sette, Pam Chase, Michele Giroux, Janice Ritchie. Third Row — Chris Lyman, Paul Rodicia, John Viula, Mike Peters, Bill Noelcke, Mark
O'Hearne, Ross Walden, David Allen, Philip Kesinger, Billy Lampkin. Missing Patty Bransfield, Mr. Cote (Advisor), Mary Castaldo.
First Row — Mrs. King (Advisor), Lavinia White, Carole-Ann Tyler, Rosemarie Tyler, Janice Spada, Lynn Hastings, Pat Vayo,
Sandy Hogg. Second Row — Kathy Pavelcak, Lorraine Spada, Margie Coulton, Elaine Lyford. Third Row — Gary Minks, Mark
Callahan, Willis Lyford, Ken Leavitt, Alan Jensen, Mark O'Hearne, Mark Smith, Tony Maxfield, Dave Allen.
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Susan Lowry, Elaine Lyford, Susan Peabody, Lisa Branzetti. Missing — Kathy Gilligan (Chairman).
First Row — Mrs. Maley (Advisor), Dave Passmore (Capt.), Judy LeFavour. Second Row — Todd Little, Willis
Lyford, John Kaminski, Chris DeMorrow.
First Row — Mr. Woodbury (Advisor), Ann Breakey, Beth Bradford, Tri-Editors Cheryl Lawler, Jean Novak, and Lisa
Branzetti, Margie Coulton, Susan Hosmer. Second Row — Kathy Pavelcak, Marijane Cunningham, Patty Hanlon, Leslie
Crawford, Wendy Wilberg, Susan Lowry, Dianne Pintrich. Third Row — Bob Stewart, Chris Barbas, Patti Ross, Nancy
White, Dianne Spear, Elaine Lyford, Judy Strand, Tom Webber. Missing — John Arvanitus, Bernie Gallagher, Carlene
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NORTHERN SOCCER LEAGUE
Kneeling — Ron Deveou, Kenny Sullivan, Chucky Woods, Chris Dicecca, Matt Donaly, Graig Fullerton. First Row — Coach Lentine, Mark Kalkana-
jian (capt.), Billy Forestall, Keith Rouche, John Kaminski, Scott Lane, Jim Logan, Howie Coombs, Ronnie Lawrenson, Barry Aruda, (Capt.), Coach
Peabody. Second Row — Roy Meyer, Steve Leverone, John Harrison, Steve Winchel, Paul Morasco, Fred Perry, Bruce Terricone, Dave Moloney,
Mark Yankowski, Bruce MacDonald, Steve Grecoe, Alan Jensen, Bob Pigeon, Bruce Bishop, Dan Burns, Rick Spinney.
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St. John's Prep
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First Row — Mickey Grant, Lenny Graves, Alex Mieli, Mike Callahan, John Cleary, Rick Balestrieri, Bob Olson, Chris Burke, Scott Dino, Myron Mac
Innis, Barry Phillips, Gary Balestrieri, Tom Michaud, John McNaughton, Brian Callahan, Dan Kelley. Second Row — Peter Capone, Mark Coursey,
Wes Moore, James Burke, Doug McLain, Dale Martin, Jimmy Sughrue, Kenny Taylor, Eddie Leary, Tony Gravelese, Peter McNaughton, Tom
Webber, Charlie Zaverson, Dave Cain, John Boudreau, Doug Spring, Mark Blaisdell. Third Row — Ken Leavit, Bob Cain, Jim Conner, Bob Burns, Joe
Leary, Rick McCully, Dana Rouche, Brian Phillips, Bob Stewart, Cliff Hall, Steve Coville, Rick Cram, Don Capone, Tom Bromander, Mike Tyner, Carl
Abel I, Wayne Kirby (Capt.) Barry Foster, Tim Nee, Paul Reed, Ian Mac Innis, Coach Frank Kelley.
First Row — Diane Pumfrey, Doria McMillan, Gail Irwin, Carlene Butler (Captain), MaryAnn Langone, Sharon Botelho, Diane Robson. Second Row
— Coach Garipay, Tammy Oliveria, Leslie Arnold, Kathy Sullivan, Denise Kindred, Patty Bransfiela 1 , Linda Pintrich, Carrie Arvanitis, Coach Cassidy.
Front Row: Terry Schultz, Cathy Towle, Jean Novak, Donna Mullens (co-capt.), Lynn Murphy, Paula Kavanaugh. Back Row:
Wendy Wiberg, Rosie Wallent, Cathy Howlett (co-capt.), Ellen O'Rourke, Donna Knickle, Cheryl Tomasi. Missing: Annmarie
Breakey, Jean Magee.
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Front Row: Bob Reid, Rick Howlett, Ray Noel, Bob Scarano, Dean Devlin, (Capt.), Jack Holloway, (Capt.), Doug Stewart, (Capt.), Tom Woods, Paul
Fitch, Joe Lunetta, Dana Daniell, Ken Kumm. Second Row: Jack Stygles, Chris Rounds, David Churchill, Steve Olson, Ralph Peterson, Bob Bavota,
Bob Dorval, Dana Mullarky, Joe Russo, Coach Barry, Coach Bellissimo. Third Row: Steven Enos, Paul Cipriani, Don Churchill, Tom Richards, Bob
Aprile, Tom Gould, Mike Mazzola, Rich Russo, Jack Moran, Gary McDonald, Lester Peabody. Fourth Row: Coach Ritchie, Coach Aylward, Mike
Cariglio, Mike Andres, Steve Griffin, Carl Butler, Brian Anderson, David Lefavour, Kevin Hurley.
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Seniors — Bob Butters, Dave Spring, Paul Sfer-
razza (co-capt.), Bob Reid (co-capt.), Bruce
Bishop, Ed Adams, Coach Cripps, Coach Kelley.
First Row— Russ Meyers, Brian Philips, Brian Godfrey, John Harrison, Dean Devlin, Kris Hinxman, Paul Fitch, Dino Esposito, Mark Esposito,
Dana Mullarky. Second Row — Coach Pete Emery, Gordy Fitch, Jim Sughrue, Jim Fairweather, Tom McNamara, Tony Gravallese, Bob
Bavota, Tom Bromander, Wayne Kirby, Bob Olson, Tom Gracia, Coach Al Fessenden
Wade Holbrook — Manager
First Row — Vinnie Scifo, Doug Stewart (co-capt), Coach DiSarcina, Bob Si
Doug McLain. Second Row — Jim Buck, Ralph Peterson, Tom Woods, B
First Row — Paula Kavanaugh, Tammy Oliveira, Carlene Butler (co-capt.), Maryanne Langone (co-capt.), Doria McMillan. Second Row — Sheila
Burns, Karen Smith, Lori McNabb, Lauren Neville, Third Row — Coach Georgia Dadoly, Maureen Howlett, Carol Lombard, Rosie Wallent, Kathy
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First Row _ Ann Breakey (captain), Diane Shukis (co-capt.), Debbie Si Ivestri Joyce Vanderly, Cindy Aruda (co-capt.), Donna Begonis.
Second Row — Gail Smith, Mary Markey, LeAnne Lautz, Peggy Barry, Leslee Webber, Jean Magee.
PRETTIEST SMILE — Debbie McGuinness and Howie Coombs
BEST DRESSED — Jean Novak and Jim Ruggiero
MS. AND MALE CHAUVANIST — Kathi Gilligan and Dana
WHS'S ARCHIE BUNKER — Joe Lunetta
FRIENDLIEST — Susan Peabody and Joe Cunningham
CLASS FLIRTS — Mary Castaldo and John Arvanitis
MOST CREATIVE — Judy Lefavour
CLASS BROWNIES — Margie Coulton and Dave Anderson
MOST RESPECTED — Annmarie Breakey and Bob Stewart
BEST ATHLETES — Carlene Butler and Doug Stewart
CLASS SHRIMP AND GIANT — Denise Ethier and Bob Frongillo
BEST DANCERS — Elissa Stira and Barry Aruda
QUIETEST — Sharon O'Brien and Jeff MacDonald
MOST BASHFUL — Elaine Cabral and Bob Cheney
MR. AND MRS. WHS — Wendy Wiberg and Doug Stewart
PRETTIEST HAIR — Becky Suggs and Howie Coombs
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED — Kathy Pavelcak and Bob Stewart
BEST ACTRESS AND ACTOR — Janice Spada and Tony Max-
CLASS CLOWNS — Janice Gennetti and Paul Sferrazza
CLASS THINKERS — Susan Lowry and Mike Mahoney
CLASS SWEETHEARTS — Gail Irwin and Jack Holloway
CLASS ARTISTS — Elissa Stira and Jay Brazel 1
CLASS LOUDMOUTH — Barbara Coursey
BEST PERSONALITY — Annmarie Breakey and Rick Howlett
MOST GULLIBLE — Sharon Foley and Brian Phillips
CLASS WISE GUY — Bob Scarano
Devlin and Dianne Pintrich
CLASS BRAINS — Carole-Ann Tyler and Paul Gracia
ie Holbrook and Pat Vayo
PRETTIEST EYES — Bernie Gallagher and Tom Martin
Jock and Jockette — Cathy Howlett and Dean
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THE MIRACLE WORKER
by William Gibson
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From patron's drives to proms to cancelled roller skating parties
to deadlines, Mr. Thomas Woodbury has devoted his time and
energy towards helping us make our way through our high school
years. His calm manner and his continued personal involvement
with our class has converted us from being the immature fresh-
man that we were to the now supposedly sophisticated seniors.
With sincere appreciation, the class of '74' would like to thank
you, Mr. Woodbury.
Activities: Spanish Honor Soc. 3; Art Club
2,3. To Remember: getting accepted at
Northeastern, 3 Musketeers, summer vaca-
tions, London, Paris, Disney World, goofing
off in Spanish 3, a certain person, all the
great-times. Forget: 20 words a night for CBR,
work Freshmen year, getting up in the morn-
ing, a certain person. Favorite Saying: Don't
be bogus! Future: be myself, find happiness
by helping other people.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2,
3, 4; Spring Track 2, 4; Tennis 3; Student
Coun. 3; Student Town Manager 3; Science
Club 1, 3, 4; Wildcat Editor 4. To Remember:
running in blizzards, scrabble, getting out of
gym. Forget: Miss "D" Chem class, sprints on
cast, JD. Future: US Air Force.
Activities: Math League 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4;
Chess Club 2; Science Club 4. To Remember:
Math League at Chelm. High — 10/73, my
station wagon with the vinyl roof, last
period study, my favorite Math teacher, 3rd
period study. Forget: Freshmen English class,
6th period lunch, Miss D's chem. class,
Friendly's after football game, Mark's locker,
bombscares. Future: Landscaping architec-
ture or Math related field.
APRIL ANNE ANDERSON
Herbie, Herb, "A"
Activities: Future Teachers 1, 2; Metal
Enameling 2; Heliotrope Editor 3; Senior Class
Play 4. To Remember: Tuesday nights, MG,
partying at the wall, the gang, my friends,
Burlington Mall, drags on 93, driving lessons,
homeroom, Kl, the church, the Great Escape,
Forget: Wed. mornings, No. Reading cops,
schedule change. Favorite Saying: Nope! Not
me. Future: become a lawyer.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2,
3; Track 1; Wildcat 1 — Editor 2, 3; Key Club
2; JV Show 3; Student Coun. 1. To Re-
member: JV Show, football parties, VW, ski-
ing, Rick's car, Phil Morrissey, Ma and Pa
Peterson. Forget: Camp Wakuta, Mrs. B's
Geometry class, Buzzell School, Wildcat Mt.
trip. Favorite Saying: Urulu did it. Future: get-
ting rich quick, then becoming a wino.
To Remember: George, Nov. 24, friends,
crutches, Dunkin Donut run, CRBL, getting
out of gym. Forget: "66" Oldsmobile,
speeches, boring class, shorthand. Future: be
happily married, have a house and kids.
CHRISTINE PATRICIA ARMSTRONG
Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2; Travel Club 1,
3; Dietetics 3, 4; To Remember; Washington
DC & Travel Club; Mrs. May; Europe; 1st yr.
of 1st grade; Bedford VA; my car; Home Ec;
going out with SW & SD; Maverick; 7/17/73
PJ; Boston Club & DB; my family;
GRADUATING! To Forget: Gym; Miss Bar-
rett; English; not going to Junior Prom; Future
Plans: Bermuda 6/17/74; marrying and having
a happy family
Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4; Track
1/2; To Remember: The skip days; All the
partying on the weekends, The two Champ-
ionships we won. Midge, Lou, and Uncle Pete;
To Forget: Monday mornings, the three
games I missed because of my knee, missing
the state finals; Favorite Saying: See ya by!;
Future Plans: To go on playing soccer, and
someday be a cop, or a fireman, or a plumber
or . . . and be happy.
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3 Secretary 3; Rod-Gun
Club 1; Executive Board 4; Softball 2; To Re-
member: The JV Show and parties after it;
When 17 kids show up for football rallies; The
arguements we had in POD and the kids al-
ways winning; To Forget: Getting cut off the
basketball team; "Gino" Favorite Saying:
"I've got a million of 'em"; Future Plans: Go
into business and become a millionaire;
Activities: Workstudy 3, 4; To Remember:
Homeroom people; Pewter Pot Morning; Jack;
Field Day 72 & 73; Billerica; Melissa; Carol;
Summer of Haying; Stevie; Danny; Spider-
Jose; Frankie; Horse Shows; To Forget: All
the trouble times: Future Plans: To live, love it
and stand for what I believe in;
Activities: Government Forum 2; Folk Music
2, 3; Creative Expression 3; Art Club 4; To
Remember: Mysticism, Celestial Secrets;
Rainbows; Concerts; SW; CM; CE; Friends;
Godspell and Hair rehersals; summer of 73;
Ronnie; To Forget: N. Wilmington, Beer Boys;
rednecks; cliques; France; Future: Become a
free lance writer and poet.
To Remember: Junior & Senior prom "73";
the acres; the accident; toenails; Kris' party;
64 Skylark, Debi; Brian and Derek; working in
MR; beach parties; US History "notes"; con-
certs; stitches; Kathy-more for your dollar; the
flapper; stuck at the cabin in 4' of snow bank;
To Forget: Being "kidnapped" to the Jack for
lunch and the 5 nights for it; Future Plans: Be
a dental assistant and have my own apart-
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Year-
book 4; Student Council 3; Art Club 3; Math
League 3; To Remember: The friends I made
and the good times we have had together; To
Forget: Boring study halls; long lunches; Fu-
ture Plans: To become a teacher and be suc-
cesful in anything I do.
Activities: JV Show 3; To Remember: The
friends I made and those I already had; Diete-
tics; To Forget: Nothing; Favorite Saying:
Sure; Future Plans: Go places and do things
that I was never able to do before; Meet more
people & make more friends.
DEBRA ANN BENNETT
To Remember: Office 2nd period; Mrs. Boud-
reau and Type 2; Homeroom 1 1 1 and all my
friends; Mr. Maggio's decisions class; Meeting
BW on Thursday; English 12; To Forget:
Stuck up people; lunches; Gym; A certain
person in 208; A rotten fight that ruined a
good friendship; Future Plans: Maybe go on
to business school; get a good job; get mar-
To Remember; The Scoop with TS; The diffi-
culty TS and I had getting started; The Prom;
All the Skip Days as Juniors; CH and the Ice
Cream; Cotton; When SW got two flats in one
night; JV Show; Parties at SW and DD; To
Forget: TC; Wilmington High; Favorite Say-
ing: Wish Cotton was a monkey; Future Plans:
To marry TS.
Activities: Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter
Track 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Soccer 4; To Re-
member: Football Camp; Graphic Arts; Miss
Chipman's Occult Class; remember P.B.; B.R.;
V.C. Future Plans: Go into the Air Force;
Work with the Handicapped
Activities: Work Study 4; Embroidery Crochet-
Forum; To Remember: "The Teamster's
Union wasn't asked to leave they were kicked
out"; 39 days out, 13 dismissals; person who
gave me my nickname; whoopie pies; choc,
chip cookies; Bomb Scares; Miss Fucillo; To
Forget: science; gym; Jr and Soph Eng.; Con-
sumer Ed; Steno I Future Plans; become a
Dental Asst; always be myself.
Activities: Newspaper 2, 3; JV Show To Re-
member: Junior Year; back of school; 13 peo-
ple in a phone booth; trips planned to
Canada; plans made; parties; dances; B's
group; summer of 73; Salisbury; bringing a
friend (Mich) my friends; To Forget: Red-
necks; Favorite Saying: Not Steady Future
Plans; career in the airlines, traveling, JT
Activities; Basketball 2; Patrons 4; To Re-
member: Dr. Callahan; Ginger; Sally; Berney;
Nancy; Mrs. B; North Carolina; Maine; Laurie
& Bob; S's VW; Schlitz; Mr. K, Mr. & Mrs. F,
Ma, Dad, Skip Days, Parties, Scout, Hot
Banana, Andover game 73, Topless, Lou
Ann; To Forget; Detention, Soph, 2/5/73, Mr.
E, Mrs. P, L & J's Fights; Favorite Saying:
What's the matter with you? . What do ya
Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2; Girl's Track, 3,
JV Show, Yearbook 4, N.H.S.; To Remember:
The Jr. Prom and the Day After, JV Show,
The Rink, "Party on the Hill", Friends, C.R.,
The Apple, Smackey, 7th study discussions,
Beach Boys, Dana; To Forget; Mudpuddle;
Favorite Saying: Open mouth, insert foot &
twist; Future Plans; Go To College, and al-
ways enjoy myself
Activities: JV Show, Peer Group 3, 4; S.S.C. 4,
Yearbook Staff; To Remember: "I love to
make sense", "I'm sick" Neil Young, the well
Sue's parties, Rm 16, delirot, the trunk,
"Come with us and gallop", Ossippee,
Casper, Capri, the day Sue ate the tunafish
sandwich, Red Bomber, 15 , after S.C.M.'s,
hypocrite, a certain planter and burnt cookies,
Springfield, Freak Staties, Bengie and Sun-
shine, Hawaii 5-0
To remember: KR, BS, BS, ES, Art Class, the
wall, JV Show, Jr. Skipday, VW, the tracks, a
65 & 66 Plymouth, 65 & 66 Chevy, Jack in the
Box, Dunkin Donuts To Forget: Demoulas,
type 1, Algebra 1, French 1, getting caught
skipping Favorite Saying: Do you want to die
young; Future Plans: college, Commerical Art
Field and someday have my own studio
ANNMARIE (ANN) BREAKEY
Activities: Field Hockey 2, Basketball Cheer-
leading 2, 4 (capt), Football Cheerleading 4,
Tennis 2, 3, J.V. Show, Patrons Drive 3, 4, Ex-
ecutive Board 4, Peer Group 4, Student Gov't
3, Yearbook 4, NHS 4; To Remeber: ALL my
friends, the J.V. Show, football and basketball
games, cheering, first time skiing, "no prob-
lem", Old Orchard, the apple, dances,
Thanksgiving, BB's (BS) 3 Coach; To Forget:
Jr Skipday, bloomers, tryouts, rally
Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; JV Show; To Remember: Junior Skipday, JV
Show, Plum Island, Hampton; To Forget:
French, the lunches, Physics, Saturday Morn-
ing Band Rehearsals; Future Plans: College
JACQUELINE A. BUREAU
Activities: Ski Club 2, Tennis 2, ping pong 2,
3, Sewing Club 1, Holiday Decorating 3,
crochet 2, pottery 3; To Remember: All the
kids I met and the good times we had, getting
smashed at the Mohalk, "The Great Escape";
To Forget: Chemistry, Gym, crowded halls Fu-
ture Plans: To become a Medical Assistant
and to get a car or motorcycle
Activities: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 2,
3, Sewing Club 1, Holiday Decorating 3, Ping
Pong 2, 3; To Remember: I will always re-
member the friends I had and all the fun we
had together, going to the football games and
going skiing made my life in school more ex-
citing; To Forget: the long study halls and the
crowded hallways; Future Plans: To become a
kindergarded teacher and work with retarded
Activities: Soccer 1; Patron's Drive 3; To Re-
member: Hampton in the rain, Running out of
gas in a '66 Olds, Mazz's, Tracks, Running to
lunch to wait in a long line for the "food?" To
Forget: Monday Morning, Pushing a certain
GTO, French. Favorite Saying: When in
doubt, "Mumble" Future Plans: Electronics
Activities: Ski Club 1; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Patron's
Drive 3,4; Yearbook. To Remember: Field
Hockey Championship '71, Ski Trips, Parties,
The Priest, Party in the swamp, M.L.-5 cent,
Howser's B.D.'s, Buzz, R.L. To Forget: A
night with G.I., Enchanted, a chairlift, Blue
Bubblers, A playoff game. Favorite Saying:
"Oh My God!"
Activities: Science Club 1, 2; Chess Club 3;
To Remember: Trip to France, Science Club
field trips, Krey's Christmas parties, Biology
dissections, lunch. To Forget: French 3, de-
rivatives. Future Plans: Going to college and
Activities: Ski club 1, 3; Patron's Drive 4; J.V.
Show 3; To Remember: Great Escape, En-
chated Mt, W.W. St, Hampton, Freshman yr.,
Friends, Chet, Canada 72, Junior Prom, Jan.
8, Skipping 6 and 7 with L.G., Plymouth,
Susan's cake, Bob Lee's J.N. wetting her
pants, the Cape. To Forget: A Junior, French
3. Future Plans: College
Activities: Ski Club 1,2,3; Golf Team 1,2; To
Remember: The Ski Trips, Big Daddy, Mr.
Shiere's Book I class, Hampton Beach, Vol-
kswagon, Skip days, Hacker's M.B., J.N.
House, Boutwell School, Card Games. To
Forget: Wildwood St., 11/20/73, All my bad
days, Roy's Pinto. Future Plans: To go into
the law enforcement field and to see Las
To Remember: Field Trips, Activity Day. To
Forget: Skipping School. Future Plans: To
manage and in a few years open my own re-
To Remember: June 10, 73-D.C, Hanging
around with D.K., C.A., N.R., Goodtimes at
Rodrick's, My horse, Bermuda "73". Forty
theives, Motorbikes, Rainy night, D.C.'s Fair-
lane, Woburn 5:00, Horseshows, Lake Win-
nepsauke, Summer of "73", "72" El Camino.
To Forget: Summer of "72", Summerschool,
U.S. History (Jr. year), Caught skipping, Y.I. A.
(Mess), Boston with Deb, Favorite Saying:
"Unreal". Future Plans: To marry, & raise
Activities: Future Nurses Club 1, To Re-
member: Ski trip to Saas Fee, Switzerland. To
Forget: Gym, Disecting Favorite Saying:
You're kidding "really" Future Plans: Dental
Activities: Girl's Ice Hockey 3, 4, C, AC; Class
President 1, To Remember: Locker, J.V. Show,
Senior Prom "74", Senior Patron's Drive,
Senior Prom "73", girl's in work, Movie "God-
father", Mr. Kelly mouth & corridor, Most
Popular Freshman, Pilcher's party 11/23/73,
Dean's Parties, France, Maverick. Favorite
Saying: "What a gas" "Riot and a half". Fu-
ture Plans: Model, Exective Secretary
ANNE MARIE CAVANAUGH
Activities: J.V. Show 3; Patron's Drive 3, 4;
Skipping Gym 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Brownie 3, 4;
To Remember: Mill and Bill, N.B. & J.S., Blue,
Seabrook, The Baldwin Quartet, All the But-
ters, Grampa Cain, Shrink, the arrival of a
special person, and The Deep Freeze in "My
Sweet Pim-Pee's" car at the Drive-ln. Favorite
Saying: I'm only kidding. Future Plans: To
make him happy.
To Remember: All the great kids I know,
Senior class play, all my "Interviews for ex-
perience." To Forget: The word "efficiency".
Favorite Saying: "Well, if you asked me . . ."
Future Plans: General secretary or court re-
ROBERT J. CHENEY
Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; To Remember:
All my friends, tracks, playing cards, partying,
Volkswagen, Lockers, 58, 61, SA, SD, NAPA,
sleep walking, Enchanted Mt., shotgun, ski-
ing Jr. sleep-out, High School parking lot. To
Forget: Powderhouse Circle, day after Jr.
sleepout. Favorite saying: It's cool. Future
Activities: Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4; Pottery 3; Ecol-
ogy 2; To remember; hours with Dr. Callahan,
Mr. Grecoe, Rosann, Denise, Gay, June and
Moe. To Forget: POD, Freshman year. Favo-
rite saying: Don't hurry, don't worry, don't
forget to smell the flowers. Future Plans: BU
Theatre Arts directing theatre or film. Lots of
Activities: Basketball Cheerleading 1, 2;
Football Cheerleading 3; J.V. Show 3;' To
Remember: Hanging around with Donna and
Lynn, C.R., Common, Mark, Scheming with
Lynn, Priest, Field Day, "Release me", Behind
the Y.C.; V.W., C's, L's, M's parties. To
Forget: Getting hit, Boring summer days with
Donna, Booming Sundays, "High class",
those arguments with a certain someone.
Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Show. To Re-
member: Good times down the tracks, Vol-
kswagen, Richard G. Lipski JV Show, parties
for soccer team, soccer games, looking at un-
derclassman girls. To Forget: Mr. Kelley im-
itating a bell, one night in April, losing the
game senior year. Future Plans: You only go
around once in life, so grab for all the gusto
you can get.
Activties: Tennis 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; President-
Student Council 4; Exec. Board 4, Math
League 2, 3, 4; JV show To Remember: Beach
Boys, diner, Old Orchard, Smackey, Moose
Hunting, long talks, dances, CM, Chicago,
France breaking down at Hampton, 7th study
discussions, parties, Bio-Chem, Walden Pond
good friends, how long are his fingers. To
Forget: Jr. skip day, Hi Steve — I mean
Danny, the wig, brain, I'll call, the joke.
Activities: Future Teachers 2, 3; Patrons
Drive, Class Play, Peer Group 4; To Re-
member: Class 73, 1/26/73, screaming at
football games, my kids, Jade East, PA's No.
63, (BS)3, Coach, King of the Hill, No. 14, my
"adopted" brothers, flowers. To Forget: CBR,
my operation; Favorite saying: "I'm brea-
thing!". Future Plans: Open a school, get Phd.
in education, having sunny days filled with
Activities: Basketball 1; Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
4. To Remember: scrubs 1972 bomb scares,
Elia's, Tull, BC, Saturday night, Cross Country
practice, the wife, DeMolay, basketball. To
Forget: 2 years of Alg. I, Cross Country
meets, BB, dentention, school lunches, De-
Molay, Miss McCarthy's hall duty, Mr.
Keady's lectures. Future Plans: work a year,
get married buy a van and kiss Wilmington
Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; SHS
3, 4; Science Club 4, Yearbook 4; To Re-
member: Chem II labs, Science Club, magic
shows, AH, USH, Alg. I, notes, CA, PH, KB,
MC, JF, BR AND DC. To Forget: Prob and
Stat malachite green, ether. Future Plans: Col-
lege and travel.
JOSEPH J. CUNNINGHAM JR.
Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3;
Cross Country 1, Class President 2; To Re-
member: Getting drunk to ask DS out, Horse
Shoe, Sen. banquet, getting in at 3:30 & hav-
ing school next day, JV show, Jr sleepout,
skipping school, tracks, VW, card games, all
my friends, my family. To Forget: day after
sleepout, being late for Cripps class. Future
Plans: Law Enforcement, trying to get best
out of life, being happily married someday.
Activities: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 4,
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4, basketball 1, stu-
dent gov't 3, asst. principal; Exec. Board 4;
To Remember: Science Club, magic shows,
Christmas parties, Paris, outward bound trips,
the "gang", KP, BC, SD, ML, CT, RD, DD,
RK, MH, PH; Bio labs, Kingdom I, prom. Fu-
ture Plans: College, travel, and enjoy life.
Activities: Patron's drive 3, Senior Class Play;
To Remember: Bob, my family, all my friends,
the proms, 6/21/72, riding to school in Steve's
car, parties, Europe in 68, Bob's Band, Con-
verse, being picked a semi-finalist, toenails,
lunch at Jack's, fieldtrip to Concord. To
Forget: School, disagreements, Filene's steps,
certain people, driving, line-ups; Future Plans:
Go to Europe, Become a dental assistant, get
Activities: Football 3, Spring track 2; Band 1,
2; To Remember: 1972 undefeated football
season; To Forget: school lunches, crowded
studies. Future Plans: Join the Armed Ser-
"Gaucho', "Dog", "Armenia"
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4; J.V. Show, Varsity Club 3, 4; To Re-
member: Jr. Sleepout, 1972 Undefeated Foot-
ball Team, Tracks, VW parties, Devlin's par-
ties, Beth, dance at the Town Park; To Forget:
Hippies, Exxons, football practices, football
camp, The day Joe hung dog signs in the
Cafe. Future Plans: Make a million dollars,
become successful in whatever I do.
Activities: Football 3; Baseball 1, 4; J.V.
Show; Patron's Drive 3, 4; To Remember: J.V.
Show (behind the scene) parties, Jr. Prom,
Gloucester, sleepout, Queenie, tracks, VW,
thrown out of Jacks, lost in N.H. w/PS, BG, &
TS, (Kitty's), Tenny Bobbers, Jess, I.D.'s girls
at W.H.S. To Forget: lunches, bike ride to
N.H., Lunch ladies, Camp Wakuta, Feild Day
2, Favorite Saying: Let's play games, now!
Future Plans: Communications.
To: Remember: Jr. Skip Day, Sandwich Fair,
Trip to Maine, Green Buick, The Carnivals,
Wick's parties, 11/5/71, Steve, CH, TC, B2,
JO, & Fen, T.V. Tom N & my car, LG, WD,
LB, Hacker, Gloucester 5/5/73; To Forget:
"Miss Gloucester" Demoulas, basketball
game, the Wall, Red t'bird, A weekend in
Hedding; Favorite Saying: Oh really? Future
Plans: Become a medical Secretary, Travel
with my friends. Raise horses.
To Remember: All the good times, Maria &
Billy, DP-Kneedeep 6'lVi", LR-mm, Donna P.,
SA, BB, LG, & AH, GG, & TC, All friends,
5' 11", snap, BD White Rabbit, Leah & Bob,
Big Don, Spaceshot Mike, Big M, famous
cook's stew, Karen & Marty, MK, NWDS, DD,
To Forget: All the bad times, p. parts; Favo-
rite Sayings: "Trix's are for kids", "Straight,
all your life", Future Plans: Court Stenog-
rapher, go into Vista or P.C.
Activities: Field Hockey, Basketball To Re-
member: Skipping Dietetics, going to N.H. w/
LJ, &PB, Mr. Scanlon's Human Behavior
Class, working at the Hospital with CM, all
my friends especially BH; To Forget: Mrs.
Bowles, Mr. Grecoe's speeches & crossword
puzzles, McCarthy's Gym Class I never went
to; Favorite Saying: "Don't get Smart," Future
Plans: Working at a Hospital, traveling to dif-
ferent places and later getting married.
' 1 1
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt 4;
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1;
To Remember: M.V.C. Championship 1972,
parties at my home VW, Tracks, Getting
caught twice, DM, LA, Riding around in
Scarini's Vette, J.V. Show, Bizz Buzz; To
Forget: Thanksgiving in the hospital, Camp
Wakuta, loosing to Dracut, Algebra 2. Favo-
rite Saying: Jack Holloway Rots & Stinks; Fu-
ture Plans: Go to College.
Activities: Outward Bound 2; Graphic Arts 3,
4; Work Study 4; To Remember: The good
times in Shop; To Forget: The way the school
was run when I attended. Favorite Saying:
Don't be a jerk L.O. What's the matter with
you? Future Plans; To get into printing busi-
ness, or be successful in whatever I do.
ROBERT J. DOYLE
To Remember: Jr. Sleepout, Jr. Year, My Fam-
ily, "59" Chevy, Playing Cards, Black Jack,
All the Kids, Buggen out, Trout, High School,
Parking Lot, Plaza Angel's Shot Gun, The
Night in Kenny's Falcon, Foster's Pond, To
Forget: The Night I Came in at 4:00 from Nic-
kerson, Day after sleepout, The night in
Munroe's Plymouth, Winchester Hospital,
Moore's House, sore neck. Future Plans: To
be a Statey.
Activities: Knitting, sewing, sculpture 1, 2, 3;
painting; To Remember: All the great kids in
W.H.S. All the good times we had at lunch,
my birthday party; To Forget: Detention, the
word efficency, and the rotten school lunches;
Favorite Saying: That dumb bird; Future
Plans: Be a hairdresser, go to school for about
a year, have fun and get married.
Activities: Business Club 1; Patrons Drive 3;
To Remember: All of my friends, going to the
Bedford U.A., Mr. Picard, Ken the bus driver
who put up with us for 2 yrs. All the fun we
had at the Prom. To Forget: School lunches,
crowded corriders, getting chased down the
U.A. halls by Mike. Favorite Saying: All the
time; Future Plans: to a job in the dietetic
field, some day get married.
PAUL (PABLO) FITCH
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3,
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Peer Group 4; J.V. Show; To
Remember: parties, day after Junior Prom,
Junior sleepout, J.V. Show, Girls!, Number 30,
the beach, undefeated season; To Forget:
Camp Wakuta, people falling out of my truck,
Monday football practice, Dracut game;
Favorite Saying: Shud-up, get out of here;
crack another one will ya. Future Plans: to
own my own private penthouse. To make it in
Activities: Folk Music 1; Pottery 2, 3; Patrons
Drive 4; To Remember: GS, Oeb's sister?,
Runels, Jade East, T.N.O.T. Graduate, Rock-
huntings, Colo., Fall-in, M.L. — C.R. — D.O.,
wallpaper, L.S., D.Q., winter weekends, Roger
& his dreams; To Forget: Gym, summer '73,
my uncertain future, Jam, Auntie Ruth, ears,
Mo's Lemon, walk to school; Favorite Saying:
"That's all right . . ." Future Plans: To take
life day by day.
To Remember: Oct. 31, 1 974, Junior Prom,
My friends weddings, My parents — the
greatest, H.L. and J.L. big date, cooch, Bed-
ford with G.G.; To Forget: freshman victory
dance with ST., D.H. and B.D., Mr. Grecoe's
speeches, lunches; Future Plans: to work, to
marry Sid and live a happy life.
MARGARET J. FORREST
Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4 — Sec-Tres;
Concert Choir 2, 3; Nurses Club 1; To Re-
member: History teacher though he put down
women, all my friends, all my classes, Mr.
Fessenden's knickname "Pheasant"; To
Forget: History, Mr. Olsen saying "Ellen, shut
up", when I cut up a frog, and the eye popped
out and rolled down the aisle on the floor;
Favorite Saying: My goodness you're in today;
Future Plans: Go to the BYU in Utah, to go
into acting, learn piano.
LAWRENCE O FOSTER JR.
Activities: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; To Remember:
Plum Island, Keg, the guys, Weymouth, play-
ing Buzz, the North, Friday and Saturday
nights, my family; To Forget: Gas Tires Oil
junk, vodka, fixing a '65 chevy, all math clas-
ses, Monday mornings, hitting a parked car,
lunch lines, Haffners; Favorite Saying: Live
and let live; Future Plans: Law Enforcement.
Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; Track
1; To Remember: All the good times down in
the shop in my Industrial Design class; To
Forget: I would like to forget the first time I
took Geometry and French I Future Plans: I'm
undecided on my future plans.
Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Wildcat: JV Show:
Patrons Drive; Track 2, 3, 4; To Remember:
the gang, Andrew sisters, rides with Cheryl,
Florida, summer '73, Hampton ticket, Salis-
bury, Stira taking my Charleston Chew, par-
ents, gum, skipping, Mr. Joyce, Miss Longo,
Dr. Soper; To Forget: my JV party, JV Show,
McCarthy, Favorite Saying: Starting next
week I'm going on a diet! Future Plans: be-
come a hygienist, and be happy.
Activities: JV Show, Patrons Drive 3; To Re-
member: JV Show, the "gang", type with Miss
Longo, activity at Library, studies. Human Be-
havior Class, Cheryl's rides in the "red
bomber"; To Forget: Gym with Miss McCar-
thy, getting caught skipping, Mrs. Shea's En-
glish class; Favorite Saying: Oh, Che-r shut-
up! Flake off!; Future Plans: Maybe go to col-
lege, maybe not. Who knows!
Activities: JV Show; Yearbook; To Remember:
H.S., Dances, Y.C., JV Show, "Skipdaze",
Hampton, T.B. & N.V., VW, Prom, "my
alarm", K.B., Scout, R.B., Poems, C.S.,
"Shellby", Mr. Kelly's HR, Mr. M., Mr. L,
W.P., Field day, Maine, St. Hockey, Soccer
games, M.M., L.C., Decisions, Class of 74; To
Forget: pictures in the showcase, being called
Activities: Travel Club 2. To Remember; Field
Day '72, Bermuda with the Travel Club,
Junior year English with Mrs. Cronin, good
friends I went to school with. Forget: Crowded
corridors, 9th grade, I lunches, Mr. Kelley's
home room two years in a row, staying back
in 9th grade and not graduating with my
class. Favorite Saying: "I've got to get out of
here". Future: To get married Sept. 14, 1974,
work and live a happy life.
Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Sec. 1, Vice
Pres. 1,. To Remember; my father, the broads,
parties at DD, LM, MG, 9/29/73, Mark,
Bogarts, Reading, JV Show, CR, flat on 93,
VW, Cape 72, SD, Poc, Times LM, SH.
Forget: 3/19/73, fight, JO, backstabbers, CB,
lake, CB, H for R, Hampton, cops DR's party,
2 people. Favorite Saying: "what a scream".
Future: to be successful in life.
Activities: Majorrettes 2, 3, 4 — Captain,
Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4. J.V. Show, Basketball 1,
2, 3; GIH 3, 4 — Captain. To Remember: JV
Show, Bogarts, 1 1/9/73, bailing out at BM,
summer of '72, FH, CV, DE, BW, "fight",
hockey, Jr. year, parties — DD, LM, MG,
goodtimes and good friends, JL, ML, JG CK
DM, JT, LC, LK, LA, No's 4 and 5, BB and his
jokes, 4 good years. Forget: Miss Dadoly, JP,
5/5/73, bacs, 4/29/72 Future: court Stenog-
LAURA JOE GERHARTZ
To Remember: Mr. Kelly's rang let's go, Mr.
G's piece of cake, chevy, The Marines, MD,
JD, GGM, DH, All the good times in WHS,
Andy buying my first legal drink, Sputnik,
Taking Andy's 73 Monte Carlo, To Forget:
Bad times in WHS, Mrs. Gershon's classes,
Mr. Kelly's homeroom, notes, school lunches;
Favorite saying: Far out, Buzz of, Alright; Fu-
ture Plans: Maybe go on to college, Eventu-
ally get married, raise a family.
To Remember: Tom N. and the heater near
the shop, C.M., E.M., skip days and Dunkin
Donuts, Steve & Rena; To Forget: shorthand,
type and all the teachers; Favorite Saying: I
don't know; Future Plans:Work, and to get
Activities: Basketball cheering 3, 4 Patrons
drive 4, To Remember: CT, LM, Gays, DJ, JR,
FG, Kevin Nolan, hockey & football games,
Maine, the common, DD's and LM's parties,
friends, soph, year, Curly Jo, Kathy K., gig-
gles, antman, the 3 stitches, flat tires, Salis-
bury, Canada, bagart & the cops, gang at my
house, ddd, gtwd, To Forget: the bad times
I've had, backstabbers, Favorite Saying- Oh
No!, why certainly.
Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3 Pres. 4,
Peer Group 2, 3, 4; SSC; Family Living Comm.
1, 2; People Center Comm. 3, 4; To Re-
member: Buddies, Bananas; Tull; Paleijs
Party, Doc Callahan; Watkins Glen; Bronzies,
Closets; The Wall; Summer 72; Karen and
Club; Giggles; Aime; Tree House; To Forget:
Vicious Triangles; Scoops; PPRR; Wasting
Time; Frustrations: Pushy People; Favorite
Saying; "There are no shoulds, no have to's .
Activities: Work Study 4, To Remember: 56
High; the day I got my hair cut; SD's party;
Jack in the Bean Stock; Hanging on the Main;
The Orange Volkswagon; Riding home from
school with JH; JD; MD; & LG; The good
times DH, ME & I had; To Forget: People tel-
ling me to stop biting my fingernails, The barn
door with ST & DC; the Marine; Phony Peo-
ple; Future Plans: To go places and eventu-
ally get married.
Activities: Girls Basketball 2; Skipping 1, 2, 3,
4; To Remember; Tim, Carol I & Jeff; Parties;
Experiences in Sophomore yr.; Austria; Dr.
Callahan; Mother; 3/5/71; 3/2/74; 3/9/74; To
Forget: All the bad times with Tim and
everyone else getting thrown out of school;
Future Plans: To be happy and try to help
everyone as much as I can, Be with Tim.
Activities: Science Club 1, 2; Chess Club 3;
Senior Play 4; Drama Club 4. To Remember:
Laminara Digitatus, faking out the lunch lady,
Anagnos, U.S.S. Mass., bomb scares, French
skits, watching out for Mrs. McCarthy in the
halls. To Forget: Le petit Prince, Maxima-
Minima, characteristics of epic & lyric 1000
words, being teacher. Favorite Saying; I
didn't do it. Future Plans: Go to college, then
To Remember: the soccer games, the basket-
ball games, Mr. Scanlon's class The Surf,
W.H.S. To Forget: CBR, all the studies. Favo-
rite Saying: Valerie! Future Plans: elementary
To Remember: skipping dietetics, walking to
Friendly's, Mr. P, Miss K, English class, Mac-
Beth field trip, friends 6th period study. To
Forget: Mrs. Bowles, Mr. Grecoes speeches,
Dietetics field trips, Miss McCarthy, bus ride
to Bedford, blood test, adolescent acne,
crossword puzzles, freezing on the way to
school. Favorite Saying: "Oh Ya" "really"
Future Plans: To Get Maried and live life trie
best I know how.
Activities: Ski Club 1, Art Club 1, 2; Patrons
Drive 3. To Remember: freshman year, C.K.,
F.S., R.L., Ceriosis, Strumpet, skipping with
S.K., Jr. Prom, L.Z., 8/17/72 VW, snowball
fight, "Crud apples". To Forget: three years
at WHS, getting locked in church, hockey bus
getting locked in football field, ride to An-
dover Champagne, "bremember" Kilminark
Favorite Saying: You're kidding me. Future
Plans: Working with children; getting married
and having kids.
RICHARD GRINDER III
Activities: Science Magic Show 3, 4, Wildcat
4; Science Club 4; Senior Class Play 4; Drama
Club 4 To Forget: Wilderwild and Clariot's
wind, seemingly endless French Class, waking
up on Monday mornings to go to school.
Favorite Saying: Bah Humbug! Future Plans:
Major in History or Journalism
To Remember: The good times, THE hill Mt.
Monadanock, the walks, Florida, the rink,
Springfield, parties, the path, the neighbor-
hood, the group, the Air Force Zoom, JV
Show, Junior Banquet, Jack In The Box, road
test, my 6 tone mustang, Nano, D.B. & N.W.
Harold Parker, Field Days etc., etc., etc., Fu-
ture Plans: To stay out of trouble.
Activities: Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Show 3; To
Remember: Friends, Junior year, Hampton,
Prom, Jan. 8, Elaine, W.W.S. Cape, Certain
teachers, Skipping & Lunch, J.V. Show, etc.
To Forget: Nothing; Favorite Saying: Hi Fella;
Future Plans: College, Travel, Marriage
To Remember: Ashland, The Bridge gang,
Denmark, Maine, "Auntie" Dawn in Bangor
Maine, skiing at Pleasant Mt., the pits, Sum-
mer of '72; Frebbie; To Forget: Mr. Grecoe's
speeches, Mrs. King's math class, The acci-
dent in my parents car; Future Plans: Be suc-
To Remember: "The kid with the curly hair",
Soccer games, Mr. Murphy's class and the
times at Hampton & the surf; To Forget: Col-
lege Board Review marks, The time I almost
dropped K.G. on the floor in gym class, All
my failures, the fights in the hall with my
brother; Future Plans: Go through college &
get a B.S. in special education & then what-
NANCY JEAN HAMILTON
To Remember: June 27, 1973, good times,
Doug, Being happy, My cousin Bob, Looking
forward to coming here, and finding out it was
worth it, New Year's Eve '71 '72 '73, Satur-
day afternoons, and K.B., my fine attendance
records. To Forget: All that is best forgotten.
Favorite Saying: "Hang it up". Future Plans:
PATRICIA M. HANLON
Activities: Ski club 4, Majorette 3, 4, Science
club 1 , 2, 4, Tennis team 3, Yearbook staff 4,
To Remember: Kingdom I Chem II lab, Foot-
ball games, AH., USH,, Magic shows, Star-
gazing, Mr. Krey, D.G., M.C, L.C., M.L., D.A.,
J.F., Mike Ski club, Alg. I, Christmas parties,
notes Talks with Sue, Biology II lab, good
times, Summer of 73', To Forget: Prob & Stat,
ether Malachite green. Future Plans: College
Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (capt.), Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4, patron's Drive 3, 4, To
Remember: Parties at Deano's, Volkswagon,
and Tracks, kickball champs, Loscre, Jr.
sleepout, Ditships, L.M., Conman, Kasko,
Pudgie, scrumbum, The rest, Hockey bus,
with larko's and Frank. To Forget: Nov. 19,
1973, behind Photon, Having the car taken at
the Jr. Prom, going to drive-in with Mark and
Jay, then walking home. Future Plans: College
WADE A. HOLBROOK
Activities: Spring track 1, 2, Basketball 2,
Basketball 2, Basketball Manager ,1, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Jazz Rock
Ensemble, Mixed Vocal 4, Senior Class Play
4, Junior Rotarion 4, District Band 3; To Re-
member: Room 126, J-V Basketball 13-5 To
Forget: Being late for Mr. Kel ley's Homeroom
everyday Future Plans: To do well at college,
become a successful musician, help God in
whatever way I can.
JOHN C. HOLLOWAY JR.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, (capt.), Wrestl-
ing 1, 2, 3, (capt.) Varsity club 2, 3, 4, Peer
group 4, J.V. Show 3. To Remember: Gail Par-
ties at D.D.'s house, V.W., Tracks, 1/8/70,
Prom, Junior Sleepout, Kangamangus, climb-
ing that mountain To Forget: Broken jaw,
Fights with G.I., football camp, the whistle;
Future Plans: become a gym teacher.
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2; JV Publicity
& Patrons Drive; N'.H.S. 4; Yearbook Staff; To
Remember: Proms, the apple, "in a jar", no
problem, 10/17/72, the diner, the lake, Wed-
nesday nights, winning Mr. F's chicken, and
the whole gang; To Forget: gym class,
homeroom, Junior skip day; Future Plans:
Lawrence Memorial Hospital, School of Nurs-
Activities: Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Chess
Club 3, To Remember: Bomb scares, Skipping
classes, To Forget: Spanish, Teachers,
Lunches Favorite Saying: I don't know Future
Plans: Go to college
Activities: Field Hockey 1; JV Show; Football
Cheering 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; To Remember:
Jack, N.H. "73", our trip, J.V. Show,
sweetheart, Little M., the Cape, Florida,
Christmas "72", Jr. Prom, Friendship of Kath,
Deb, Che, & Te, cheering, 8th grade; To
Forget: C.O.C., the carnival, being taller, Jr.
skip day; Future Plans: Travel, get married,
have children and be happy.
Activities: Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 4;
Hockey 2; Peer Group 4; To Remember: Bob,
Ray, Jack, Winky, Sully, Jay, Jamiel, Benny,
Mapar, Turk, Woolly, Football camp, Wacky,
Rockport, Doug, Calisis, Kangamagus; To
Forget: Monday, Football camp, Monday
practice after Dracut game; Future Plans: To
do what I was sent here for.
To Remember: Friday skip days with K.B. and
S.W., Hampton, Gloucester, RMLP, 832,
friends, RD, SW, JO, TB, TN, LG, Junior Year,
9/24/73, Christmas Parties, starlite, weekends
at KW cottage, Mancini's. Forget: Junior Skip
Day at Hampton, flat tires, 6 month fight, a
certain basketball game, "Miss Gloucester"
Pewter Pot, Hide and Seek. Future: travel.
Activities: Work Study 2, 3, 4. To Remember:
Andy, all the good times with my friends KJ,
GG, LG, MD, JD, 7/9/70. To Forget: 5/20/66.
Future: marry Andy and raise a family.
Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball
Cheering 2; Class Pres. 3; Exec. Board 4. To
Remember: Jack, Co C, Priest chase, naswa,
prom, VW, DD's parties, Stop & Go, JV Show,
Ziffle's swamp, the fly, Junior sleepout,
1/8/71, waterskiing, tub full, Hide and Seek,
certain nights, Co-Co-Clock, Kangamangus,
climbing that mt. Forget: broken jaw, An-
dover, fights with JH, night with CB. Future:
having a football team.
Activities: JV Basketball 2, JV Show 3, To
Remember: "the Broads", Switzerland,
2/25/72. France, Larry, JV Show, Mangus,
seesaw, "Christmas of 72", VW, getting
caught behind WHS, Uncle Pickle, prom, skip
days, Halloween "72", Maine, a friend, foot-
ball games, JV sleepout. Forget: Divorcee's
club, Backstabbers, blind dates. Future: go
onto school, be successful, have many more
KATHY M. JILLETT
Activities: Travel Club 2; JV Show. To Re-
member: Ed, 1/24/71, 'N.H., water-skiing, tub
full, C.O.C, with G.I., JV Show and parties,
Chicago, "99", Kelleys, skip days, Bermuda,
Hide and Seek, DM, CR, TP, CH, and all our
talks. Forget: Freshman year, Mon. mornings,
travel permits, two-faced people. Favorite
Saying: I'm so p.o. Oh Really! Future: marry
Ed someday and always be happy.
Activities: Band 1, 2, To Remember: Rich,
1/3, Junior Prom, getting dismissed because
the horses got loose, A. Kelly and peanut but-
ter and jelly sandwiches, Field Day, "5 dolla",
Chine and BL, Pug MacQuarrie, Dr. Callahan,
"Ears" Lyman, AB Forget: report cards,
"Meatball", shorthand, running for the bus.
Future: go to school, be independent.
Activities: Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1. To
Remember: Mr. Scanlon's Human Behavior
class, Field Days, skipping dietetics, going
with GM, 2A, going to N.H. with LD and PB.
To Forget: Mr. Grecoe's speeches, blood
tests, Mrs. Bowls, bus ride to Bedford. Favo-
rite Saying: "Hurry up" Future: work in a hos-
pital, marry GM, and be happy.
Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Ski Club 3,
4; Wrestling 2, 3; Baseball 4. To Remember:
winning 2 Soccer championships, Jay, Parties
at Breakhart, DD and VW, Junior Skip Day.
Forget: party at DR, 6/29/72, 4/19/73. Favo-
rite Saying: How ya doin? Future: play profes-
sional Soccer and ski with the best of them.
Activities: Peer Group 2, 3; Workstudy 3, 4;
To Remember: Janet, all the good times in a
blue Fury with Bing, Peter, Pauly, and Dick,
Dogbummer and Jack, Field Day down the
tracks, Valley News on winter nights, in back
of Gillette, the show, Green Valiant. Forget:
getting caught skipping, workstudy, Mr.
Grecoe's speeches, report cards, getting sus-
pended for playing cards. Future: the Navy.
Activities: Art Club 1,2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Patron's Drive, Yearbook 4.. To Remember:
my friends, the Great Escape, skipping,
Susan's cake, Easter eggs, RD, Bob Lee's,
Hampton, Hicktown, PI, Hamilton,
Woodman's, parties, "All night long", Duh
with SM. Forget: Enchanted Mt., 128 at 6:30,
Steve's driving, homework. Future: to succeed
in whatever I do.
Activities: Travel Club 2; JV Show 3. To Re-
member: Bermuda 72 & 73, Boston, Forty
Thieves, Conjob, the Hole, JH's red Chevy,
12/1/73, "fee-feeyorka", Chiant, Sunnyhurst,
JT, SC, KS, FB, DD's parties, Cricket, prom,
"free ride". Forget: summer of 72, staying at
Woburn, Boston with Sue, 3:30 AM, MGV,
first time driving a standard, yellow Baracuda.
Future: Que Sere, Sera!
Activities: JV Show 3; Patrons Drive 3, 4; Ex-
ecutive Board 4; To Remember: Freshmen
Yr., 12/21/70; 4/23/71; LG, FS, RL: JV Show;
Parties with JG's; "bremembering"; To
Forget: Sophomore Yr.; Champagne; 6/1/73;
Hampton Cops; Running against JG; Swap-
ping RL for HC with JG; Favorite Saying:
"You're Kidding"; Future Plans: Going to
school and get a good job.
Activities: Peer Group 3, 4; To Remember:
Leslie, Lou Ann, Donna, Tom, Dave, Mr.
Scanlon and others who really care. Future
Plans: Going to College, Gettina my own of-
fice and being my own boss.
Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Captain;
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Chef's Club 1; To Re-
member: Taking advantage of Jr. and Sr. Re-
sponsibility; Leaving school during Activity
Period; Fridays; To Forget: Last dance of my
Sophomore Yr. Future Plans: Going to Col-
lege; Majoring in Engineering; I plan to have a
good time and do some good.
Activities: Math League 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2,
3; To Remember: Jr. Skip Day; Jack-in-the-
Box; Crippsies class and the story tellers
there. Golf and Hockey in Oceanography;
Field Day '72, '73; To Forget: French 2 with
Miss Haitas; Mr. Garrett; The Basketball
Team; English and everything I've learned;
Favorite Saying: "Hey Gordie"; Future Plans:
Go to Computer Programming or become a
Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2; Creative Ex-
pression 1, 2; Travel Club 1; To Remember:
Washington DC; Skating Rink JR; Roller Skat-
ing; TK, DS, JP, CE, PM; Friends; SST; Aero
Smith; Led Zepplin; Path by the Library;
Dances; et; 10/17/73 and 6/22/73; To Forget:
School Lunches; Gym Classes; Hypocritical
and plastic people; All the negative things;
Favorite Saying: "Oh my God"
To Remember: JM, PC, DS, : Going home
after signing out; Getting out of school, at
last; To Forget: How crowded the car was;
and the terrible lunches we had; Mr. Kelly
pushing us out of his hall; All most fluning
out every year; Future Plans: To go to school
for Key Punching and work;
Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; Work-
study 3, 4; To Remember; Jr. Skip Day at
Hampton and Salisbury Beaches; Third Period
in my Sr. Yr. To Forget: Mr. Garrett's an-
nouncements; Listening to the intercom &
praying my name doesn't get called.
To Remember: Going to the football games;
Having classes with friends; History classes
except POD; Mr. Kelly yelling in the morning
out of my corridor; Reading books in class;
Mrs. Kanchuga because she is such a nice
person; To Forget: Being sick all the time and
missing a lot of school; Gym Class; Having
studies in the cafe; Doing reports and taking
tests; Studies; People who make fun of others.
Boring subjects; Favorite Saying: Honest to
God; Future Plans: Helping people or being a
To Remember: Skipping Activity period and
never getting caught and skipping other clas-
ses and only getting caught once; PW
5/12/73; JP; CK; DS; JE; DM; To Forget:
Grade 1 1 US History; my talk with McMahon
in 1 1th grade; Future Plans: Go to college, get
a good job, and then travel.
Activities: Majorette 2, 3; JV Show 3; Class
Secretary 3, 4. To Remember: COC, Bob, Zif-
fle, Dean, corruption, Poco, Paul's truck, CB,
Cape 72, the girls, DD's parties, skip days,
Hampton, Chicago, football, chasing priests,
that Sat. night. Forget: Thanksgiving 72,
Tom, Dick, Harry, Boomin Sundays. Favorite
Saying: You closet queen. Visors down. Fu-
ture: get out of Wilmington.
Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; To Remember:
John, The prom, The wet part of rockpart, JV
Show, parties; Priest chase; All the good
times on the back of the bus; The fly; Sully's
jokes; Butts and all the trouble we got into;
Party in the swamp; Chicago; The ski trip with
the gang; Butts and the ski lift; Maine waters-
kiing; To Forget COC; Terri spilling beans,
The coke incident; Andover; Future Plan
Activities: Band 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Student
Gov. 3; Spring Track 2, 3; NHS 3,4 — Treas-
urer; JV Show; Yearbook — Editor; Peer
Group 4. To Remember: a JV football game
and Bob, Hampton, Old Orchard, DN, bal-
loons in my locker, Jr. Prom, dummy, basket-
ball games, CR, Canada, dances, Dave's
party. Forget: my shadow, band rehersals,
American Pie, losing my class ring. Future:
work with handicapped kids, be with a certain
special person and be happy.
Activities: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Team
2, 3, 4 — Board 2 or 3; Track 3; Art Club 1;
Student Gov. 3 — Assistant Police Chief.
Forget: this school. Future: get married in
June, take Art as a major in college
DEBORAH E. LOTHER
Activities: Band 1, 2; Art Club 1, 3, 4; To Re-
member: Sitting in the back of Mr. Mi I ley's
Class with DM, my many absences. Forget:
Algebra 2, Band, my pegged locker and the
junk people threw into it. Future; Too many to
Activities: Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; Turning Point
3, 4. To Remember: "For God so loved the
world that he gave his only begotten son that
whosoever believeth in him should not perish
but have everlasting life" John 3:16, the best
thing at WHS — the teachers. Favorite Say-
ing: "You lemon", "Sure", "Praise the Lord".
Future: My only imediate future plan is to de-
cide what to do in the future.
Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2; JV Show; Peer
Group 3, 4; Patrons Drive 3, 4; Executive
Board 4, Student School Comm. 4; Yearbook
4. To Remember: red bomber, 15 cent SF's
parties, Hampton, Springfield, paranoid in the
pool, the day I didn't eat the tunafish, mother,
8/22/73 — ss, after SC meetings, hello sun-
shine!, romper room. Forget: Chicago, sun-
stroke 6/8/73, stonewall, staties.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Peer
Group 4, JV Show-Director, Ski Club 2, 3, 4;
Senior Class Pres. To Remember: Friday night
raids at Camp Wakuta, No. 25, Jr. Sleepout
and Skip Day, JV Show, Parties at Vol-
kswagen, Football Parties, Jr. Prom, Tracks,
All girls, especially "Beth", Fostee's Pond!
Forget: practice after losing to Dracut, run-
ning laps for Boosters, the Lawrence Cinema,
"Camp Wakuta"; Future Plans: To take over
for Hugh Hefner.
ELAINE CARYN LYFORD
Activities: Science Club 1, 2, 3 — Vice Presi-
dent, 4 — President; Math League 2, 3, 4;
Drama Club 3, 4; Senior Class Play, Student
School Comm. N.H.S. 4. To Remember: "Our
Gang", JS, Talks with ML, Miss Bo, Christmas
parties, Mr. Joyce, Science Club, "cat's
meow", Loon, play rehersals, Kindgom 1, our
canoe trip, CAT-8, KP and summer of '71.
Forget: two years of Math, 963 word, nick-
names. Future: College, travel and finding
DONNA MARIE MacDONALD
To Remember: my senior year, the football
and soccer games, Mr. Joyce's Best Seller
class with NM and CW, Mrs. Boudreau's type
classes, Mr. O'Brien's US History class, Mr.
Cogan. Forget: Lunches, gym, all the un-
necessary announcements, Mr. Du:ong's En-
glish class and Miss Chipman and her
speeches we had to do. Future: Get a good
job, move to Maine and be happy the rest of
To Remember: The first day of school every
year. Everyone is always dressed up real
pretty. The freshmen don't know where
they're going. Everything is mass confusion.
Forget: Standing out in the freezing cold wait-
ing for the bell to ring, so I could go to the
BRENDA ANN MACKEY
Activities: Basketball 1, 3; JV Show; Patrons
Drive. To Remember: "Kitty's", the Surprise
Party, Moose Hunting, TW, Dances and
Football, Lollipops and Lemon Drops, "Three
Free Nights". Forget: "One Nighters". Favo-
rite Saying: "The Past is only a Beginning."
Future: Go to college; to be happy
Activities: Tennis Club 3; Senior Class Play 4;
Drama Club 4; To Remember: My friends,
trips to Boston, football games, fall-ins, Nan-
tucket, Montreal, G.S., my Junior troop and
the Senior Class Play; To Forget: Chemistry,
first year Algebra II, SAT's, and study halls;
Favorite Saying: "It takes all kinds." Future
Plans: To go to college and become a nurse.
Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Ten-
nis Team 3, 4; German Club 2; To Remember:
Munich in 72, Biology I and II, a 59 twotone
V.W., Tufrenboro, N.H. camping last sum-
mer, N.H.S. trip to Martha's Vineyard, Cam-
bridge, 6-1, 6-0 To Forget: Hohere Schule im
allgemein. Future Plans: To successfully
complete four yrs. pre-med, two yrs.
graduate, two yrs internship and receive a
doctorate, (that will take some amibition)
MARGARET ANN MALLETT
Activities: Concert Choir 2; Color Guard 2, 3,
4; Work Study 3, 4; Ecology Club 2, 3; Vice
President; To Remember: Barbie Melander,
Senior Class Play, Doubling with Michelle &
Doug, Mr. Deluca, Mr. Cogan, "Oct. 6,
1973", TR P.H., P.G., football games,
8/17/73, MY FRIENDS; To Forget: "Tricky-
Dicks" class, writing folder in Miss Chipman's
class, JV show, HISTORY; Future Plans: Get
married, go to Switzerland, Colorado
EDWARD J. MALONEY
Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; To Re-
member: The tracks, weekends, parties, cold
beer, the buyer, thumbing to school, the
school ending bell. Bruins rally; To Forget:
Getting up for school, two years of French,
two years of math, and not passing any years
of them, summer school, The Youth Center,
my exciting school job, hard cross country
practices, detention; Future Plans: To be
happy with what ever I do.
To Remember: Eleventh grade English and
Eleventh & Twelveth grade wood shop. To
Forget: Mr. Fessedens U.S. History Class Fu-
ture Plans: going to a trade school then be-
coming a carpenter.
Activities: Art I, II 1, 2; Type I, II, III 2, 3, 4;
To Remember: 3/30/72, Ralph, and all the
years with him. Also Ets, Red, Stretch, Chic-
ken legs; all the other kids and all the good
times I had. To Forget: All the subjects I
hated and the teachers and as Mrs. G. once
said "the key word is efficiency." Favorite
Saying: "Cool it", "Oh come on" Future
Plans: to get married and raise a family.
To Remember: Freshman English with Miss
Kennedy, Metal Shop with Mr. D To Forget:
My Chevelle, Mr. Fesseden's History Class;
Future Plans: Continue to be a Welder until I
find something better.
Activities: J.V. Show 3, To Remember: S.M.
parties, the tracks, the J.V. Show, the kids in
art class, my junior yr. party over Dean's after
the prom, To Forget: The screwdriver, Mr.
Fardy's Biology class; Future Plans: to go to
Colorado and earn enough money to retire at
DAVID L. MATHER
Activities: Student Council 3; Key Club 2, 3,
4, Vice Pres., Cross Country 1, 2; Winter
Track 2; Spring Soccer 2; Drama Club 2; To
Remember: We all have to live in this world
together, we ought to make the best of it &
not let our emotions control us. To Forget:
"Exxon Gang". Favorite Saying: Mr. H. "nice
tie" Mark "hark". Future Plans: to go to
American International College in Springfield,
ANTHONY P. MAXFIELD
Tony, Max, A. P.
Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,
4; Treas, 2, Pres. 4; Science Club 3, 4; Foot-
ball mgr 2,3; Sr. Class Play; Wildcat Staff 2,
3, 4; Math League 3, 4; Concert Choir 4;
Frosh Football 1, Spanish H.S. 3; Creative Ex-
pres 2; To Remember: J. Geils, Emerson, D.
Palmer, jukebox, Ron, Don, Donna, Terri,
Mike Mark, Jethro, Kathi, Summer 73, twill,
swill; Future Plans: College, compete with
To Remember: My sophomore year, cutting
classes, skipping school, activity period at the
library. To Foget: icky and sticky at S. S.T.I.
Everything to do with Wilmington high. Future
Plans: To graduate Harvard Law School and
live happily ever after.
To Remember: Canada with Che, Wayne,
Cape, J.V. Show, great times over Caths,
summer of 73, 4th of July at Te's Mr. S.,
hanging with C.C. and T, Kath water-skiing,
our trip, Gail at Naswa, Chicago, Carlene at
J.V. party. To Forget: freshman yr. C.O.C.
Favorite Saying: I'm tired Future Plans:
Travel, becoming a probation officer, marry,
raise a family, live in country, be happy.
Activities: Football 1 Baseball 1, 2; Soccer 2,
3, 4; J.V. Show 3; Peer Group 4; Executive
Board 4; To Remember: Winning 2 Soccer
Championships, Ski Trips to Switzerland and
France! Party's down Volkswagon and high
school, jr. skip day & sleepout, card games
with the gang, My parents. To Forget: Lawr-
ence Soccer game, day after Jr. Prom Future
Plans: Go on to college, be successful, and
CYNTHIA G. MILLER
Activities: Basketball 1, 2; To Remember:
Maine To Forget: Getting up at 3:00 a.m. to
play hockey at 4: a.m. on a school day. Fu-
ture Plans: To work with little children.
Activities: Concert Choir 1 , 2
Activities: Art Club 1,2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
J.V. Show 3; Patrons Drive 3, 4; Yearbook
Staff 4; To Remember: The Great Escape, my
friends, E.C. and the chairlift, Bob Lee's,
Florida, "71" Easter eggs, France "73" didn't
dent it, W.G., Hamilton, Woodman's, parties,
"All night long" Dun with S.K. To Forget: En-
chanted Mt., Brownie, J.N.'s toothbrush,
Macy's, swamps, my accident, 128 at 6:30,
Steve's driving Future Plans: college
SUSAN E. MOORE
Activities: Tennis 1, 3; Arts
French Club 1; To Remember:
Al, skipping class with M.P.,
Oct. 16, 1972, To Forget: Retiring the Black
Bomber when the Blue Grabber arrived, the
millions of notes, May 18, 1973, steno tests,
Favorite Saying "Only Fools are Positive" Fu-
ture Plans: Tackling the business world, mar-
riage, having a family, and being happy.
To Remember: The friends that were made,
working at Greenview Manor and meeting
Randy, my 17th birthday, giving pneumonia
to my mother and father, my "Pink Panther",
To Forget: Driving for the first time on the
road with my father, my fathers new Pinto,
the energy crisis, Randy's motorcycle, Having
pneumonia and being in bed for 2 weeks and
out of work for 3. Future Plans: To enter the
nursing profession, marry, and raise a family
Activities: Science Club 4; To Remember:
"Jani" branding with chalk and tripod, Wini
Kini Castle To Forget: French Future Plans:
To go on to college, and become an accoun-
Activities: Basketball Cheering 1; Football
Cheerleading 2,3; (co-Capt.) 4; J.V. Show 3;
To Remember:falmouth Heights 72, C.R.
Tewks., C.O.C., Common, Dean's, Lynn's and
Cathy's parties J.V., Hangin around with
Bunch and Lynn, Volkswagon, priest that Sat.
with Joann, boring summer days with Bunch,
(behind the — y.c); To Forget R.W. "high
class" "separation" losing to Andover,
boomin Sun. Favorite Saying: "You closet
queen" Future Plans: uncertain
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Activities: Vice President, 1; Basketball Cheer-
ing, 2; Football Cheering, 3, 4; Peer Group 3;
To Remember: cheering, Jr Prom, SP, JV
Show, VW, parties at DD's, nights over Gig-
liotties w/the girls, Common, New Years 72,
times with MC, DM, doubling with JG & MK,
10/21/73, HH, Bogart, tea & toast, Salisbury,
Woodstock, NR, Che-Che & Pete, Scheming
with Bunch; To Forget: fights, Backstabbers,
To Remember: Linda; Future Plans: Work.
To Remember: studies, the kids we met in
Tewksbury, Rocco, my friends, sophomore
year; To Forget: Feb 1972, Mike, KR, Wil-
mington HS, getting up in the morning; Favo-
rite Saying: You're making me turn red, cut it
out will ya? Future Plans: have a good time,
work for the airlines, get married.
Activities: Football cheering 3, 4; Yearbook
editor 4; Peer Group 3; JV Show; To Re-
member: Stephen, Jr. Prom, paranoid in the
pool, the Great Escape, Jan 7th, football
games, Listening to Anne, Florida, Porkey,
Victory Dances, weekend at U Mass, CYO
dances, all those PF's, after the games, skiing
with W & B — S & Me, Wendy; To Forget:
Math, snorgles, locker room talk, SAT's that
morning, cafe line up, Jr. sleepout; Future
Activities: Chess Club 1; Math League 2, 3, 4;
Art Club 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vp 4; Ski
Club 2, 3, 4; Student Gov't 3; Key Club 4;
Track 2, To Remember: 3rd period study,
DA, ED, MH, TM,RD, PH,all the little people,
Ski trips, kids at work, Sun. mornings, whip
cream fights, Math League, cats meow. To
Forget: Mr. C. 963 words, 6th period zoo,
SAT, BL. Future: become a chem. engineer,
LINDA S. PAOLINI
JOYCE ELENA PARASKEVA
Activities: Secretarial Pool, 1; To Remember:
dances, studies, responsibility, Senior year,
Driver's Ed, Mrs. Fitzgibbons, Mr. Maggio, Mr.
Aylward, Mr. Cogan, all the great friends I
met. To Forget: all boring classes, gym,
crowded halls. Favorite Saying: Get Lost; Fu-
ture Plans: To be a secretary, travel and get
DAVID A. PASSMORE
Activities: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Team
2, 3, 4 Capt. 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; To Re-
member: all that I have learned during these
few short years at WHS. To Forget: the ways
in which I have had to learn much of what I
wish to remember. Favorite Saying: There ex-
ists a solution to every problem, and a prob-
lem to every solution. Future: A couple of
years out of school to orient myself. Then
quite probably, school.
KARIN JOY PASSMORE
Activities: Drama Club 4; Senior Class Play 4.
To Remember: MY Friends, the good times,
growing up, Miss Chipman's Acting Class,
Senior Class Play, the football games, G.S.,
Montreal, Delaware, the haunted house.
Favorite Saying: "I see" "I Don't Know"
"What?" Future Plans: To go to college and
become a fashion designer.
Activities: Basketball 1, JV Show; To Re-
member: Gary; Howlett's Pad' Hide and Seek;
Jillett on ski's; Friends like DM, KJ, CR, DM,
CH, Rockport, Having a P.S.A. time with ML;
"Quacks"; Jack Dunkin. To Forget: Spilling
the beans, Fight with SS; Bummer mood,
TIME; curfiews, one escourt; Skip Day at
Hampton; SW. Future: Working in a hospital,
and if anyone can stand me for a lifetime . . .
well . . .take it from there
Activities: Science Club 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4; Math
League 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3 Sec.
4; Outward 2, 3; Yearbook. To Remember:
Krey's Christmas Parties', Science Club; Out-
ward Bound Trips; EL; JS; PV; Jr. Prom;
"Equal Zero" ; CT and z"Urbane Systems";
stargazing; MJC, , sd, DD, RD, RK, MH, and
all my friends. Future Plans: College, travel
Activities: Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3,
V. President 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 4; Drama
Club 4, Peer Group 4; Senior Class play; Art
Club 1; SSC 4,; To Remember: Senior class
play, 1st term Oceanography, work with Jean
and Wendy, Acting, Godspell-Hair Show,
SSCM, "Breakfast Ready;;, Surprise party
Margies Party, Church; Forget: Doc Farello's
Bio, fall of caf. stairs
Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; JV Show; Football 1 .
To Remember: JV Show; Junior Skip Day,
Two Soccer Championships, Driving the Egg-
beater. To Forget: French, Soccer Practice.
Future Plans: Aviation Field
BRIAN C. PHILLIPS
Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country
3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Patron's Drive 4. To
Remember: Junior Sleepout, the Tracks, JV
Show, Mr. Milley's Gen. Math I Class, "State
Tourney's"; "Moonshot's". To Forget:
"E I lie", CB.R., All those practices; the morn-
ings after; the Gas can, Losing to Billerica
"73", chasing foul balls, lunches. Future
Plans: College, travel across country
Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 1, 2; Patrons Dr.
3, 4; J.V. Show; Yearbook 4; To Remember:
red bomber, "Mother", 15 cent Benjy,
paranoid in the pool, Hampton, Stalling at
Clark's, Springfield, The day Susan ate the
tuna sandwich, Capri Hawaii 5-0, Ride with
D,S & B from V.W. and back; To Forget: Sun-
stroke at Chicago, Staties, Marjie's pool table
Activities: basketball 1; tennis; yearbook 4;
executive board; To Remember: Sitting in caf.
at lunch, 1st day of school-freshman year,
skipping general math with S.M., P.n!
Snoopy, meeting D.P. after being asked 100
times if she was my sister, sharing problems
with P.L., Rides after MYF basketball,
7-11-73; To Forget: 1st days of school, al-
phabetical order; Future Plans: To be happily
married and raise a family.
Activities: Girls Spring Track 2; To Re-
member: 10-27-73-S.S. Mrs. Kanchugas H.E.
class, Skipping gym, and not getting caught,
10-19-73 with T.K. Gino's Human Behavior
class, T.K., G.G. C.K., D.S., W.D; To Forget:
Grade 9 English, WHS, Mr. Garrett and my 3
nights detention, Miss McCarthy's gym class;
Favorite Saying: "I don't care"; Future Plans:
Togravel all around and go to secretarial
Remembers: Halloween 70, Bob, 3 Mus-
keteers, wisp, butts, "Is is them," "alright
Boots"; 4th per. up the Jack-in-the-Box with
Terry, Tweedle-De-Dum, "Get out there and
bang the fender so the light will come on";
"oh you're kidding, we can't be out of gas
again"; "Kelley Tonight" To Forget: No.
Wil.'s Grits and football players. Hunting Wild
Fenders with "Jean Jackson" and his safari
hat. Future: Still not in the making.
Activities: Girl's Track 1, Ski Club 1; To Re-
member: Junior Prom "Flapper", Salsbury's
men's room, beach parties, Dunkin's break-
fasts, Jack lunches, Magical, drunk in Lowell
acres, "64" Skylark," 3 some drivein" Favo-
rite Saying: Don't do anything I wouldn't do; if
you do, do it for a long time; Future Plans:
Succeed in Katherine Gibbs, get married and
Activities: Softball 3, 4; JV Show. To Re-
member: Kelly Tonight, N.H., Softball Kelly's,
Canada, Skiing, Lady; JV Show Junior Prom,
C.S.N.Y.; Cape, Summer of 73; All the other
great times; Mike, Very Special Friends. To
Forget: C.O.C.; Freshman Year, Glen Road
School Favorite Saying: I Don't Know Future
Plans: Work with animals, move to the coun-
try and to be happy.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1,
2, 3, 4, co-captain; Spring Track 1, 2;
Baseball 3, 4. To Remember: being told P.F.
broke my jaw, J.V. show, championship team
in '72, "Nippa" passing out at football camp,
Nancy 9/21/73. To Forget: Camp Wakuta,
broken jaw, not eating for 6 wks. Up & Overs,
S.S. in H.B., a certain dance with Nancy & Ed.
Favorite Saying: "Fantastic." Future: get mar-
ried & have money.
To Remember: class '73, Val, Pauline, Jack-
in-the-Box, tennis courts, bomb scares, cops
& parking lots, Summer '73, Mr. Hartnett's
class, M & M's, jawbreakers, Pennys & Chalk,
having Mr. Olson twice, all my friends. To
Forget: tests, corridor patrol, 2nd freshman
year, Mr. Grecoes class & doing his speeches.
Future Plans: go to college & live each day as
To Remember: tracks, work & all the girls
skipping school with R.B., Mr. Maggio's his-
tory class, Paul's singing in homeroom,
MARY M. great taste in movies, M.M. S.S.,
R.B., J.C., M.C., D.K., TIPPS, S.C., Yuzo,
Dave, Rick, Henry & Cathy, & number one
Paul. To Forget: W.H.S.; Future Plans: to be a
nurse, get married, and be happy.
To Remember: good times with Fudgie,
Saturday niqht's at the West & Woburn St.
School Summer '73, "The" weekend with
Paul, the "gang at W.H.S., Mr. Hartnett's
class with Charlie. To Forget: cleaning up
after Fudgie's J.V. party, French 1 & 2. Future
Plans: marry Paul L., have a few kids, try to
stay happy at all times.
To Remember: all the friends I've made and
all the fun I've had. Meeting Glenn & all the
good times we've had and will be having in
the future. To Forget: getting up in the morn-
ing having my car stall on the way to school,
having to go to summer school. Favorite Say-
ing: "Tell me about it". Future Plans: Finish
H.S. and later get married.
Activities: Yearbook Committee 4; Senior
Class Play Costumes 4; Patron's Drive 4. To
Remember: my friends, good times, football
games, Summer '73, Algebra II, Boston Trip
with M.P., Canada, Old Mill, 1 1/17/73, Hamp-
ton To Forget: studies, blood tests in Bio. II,
Salisbury, Corridor patrol. Future Plans: To
stay happy and never give up trying.
.1 H ,
To Remember: skipping with E.B. & K.B., the
drinking path, football games, F.M., my car,
Sunnyhurst, C.Y.O., bouncing B, The Hut; To
Forget: Principal, Vice-Principal, pre-season
parties, school, opening night, hang-overs,
gym; Favorite Saying: "I think I have a flat"
Future Plans: college, be a millionare, have
Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3;
J.V. Show 3; To Remember: Junior sleepout,
J.V. Show, skip days, Friday & Saturday
nights, Maverick, horseshoes, powderhouse
Circle; To Forget: Camp Wakuta C.B.R., han-
govers, New Years '73; Favorite Saying:
"maybe tomorrow"; Future Plans: work & col-
lege, then travel across the country.
Activities: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Hockey 2;
To Remember: France, Gay Lib classes,
school lunches, Friday nights & the pine
grove, ski club, Mr. F's class; To Forget: In-
dustrial design, studies, Math & Mr. Kelly's
tests, Dennise's house & to much beverage:
Favorite Saying: "Can you relate to it": Future
Plans: work, buy a Vet, move out and just ski
and have a good time.
To Remember: all the parties at J.C., the
weekend at the White Mts. with B.S., D.C.,
K.G., S.H., D.H., my 3 & 4 years of English
with Mr. Grecoe, all the great times I've had,
and the ones I will be having with Bobby; To
Forget: my first year at Wilmington High; Fu-
ture Plans: to become a hair stylist or a sec-
retary. Then get married and settle down.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3;
Hockey 2; To Remember: Carney, 73 Senior
Sleepout, Mae's donuts, poco Pooh, Jo, Ziff,
Bizz, Buzz, Naggers, Dec. 8, cruzin in the
vette, wrestling match over Deano's; To
Forget: Magget, Camp Wakuta, Camelhead,
the Mask, Andover; Favorite Saying: "Hey!
Hey! Here we are again" Future Plans: to own
2 corvettes, be rich and skinney.
Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show 3;
Patron's Drive 3; People Center Committee 4;
Business Club 1; Girl's Street Hockey 3; To
Remember: good times with D.B., L.S., new
shoes, Sat. at the West, JV Show, Prom,
Children's Literature, Art 3, 4, 8/30/73,
12/25/73; To Forget: Gym, Algebra II, Ger-
man, H.W.; Favorite Saying: "Don't argue
with me"; Future Plans: Art school to become
an illustrator, happily married with D.B.
To Remember: Friends, fun we hod; activity at
the library; study halls; "Drunk in Lowell",
Dunkin Donuts, not getting back to school on
time & trying to think of a good excuse. To
Forget: Whalers game, (have a nice trip, see
you next fall), gym, and the aggravating
times in school; Favorite Saying: "Really?"
Future Plans: To become a typist, to succeed
Activities: Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 Co-Capt;
Spring Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; J.V.
Show 3; Exec Board 4 Peer Group 4; To Re-
member: Susan, Thanksgiving dance & after,
JV Show, teenybopper, MC feeling everyone's
arm, sleep-out, skip days, Hampton; To
Forget: getting lost with BG, TS, & BVD in
Nashua, lunches, Freshmen, track practice,
bowling with SF and BVD Favorite Saying: "I
can't do him" Future Plans' become a world
July 27, Salisbury, Maine, Denmark, New
Years Eve "72", Jr. Skip day in Hampton
soph skip day, soph iptiation, ,Mr. Lentine,
T.G.I.E. Mr. Shiere, SST, Mart, my wheelbar-
rel romance, Li I Jess, Activity period, To
Forget: Wedspats, offset pres. skipping and
getting stuck w/a car face to w/a cop, Favo-
rite Saying: "Are you Serious?" Future Plans:
Travel and live a meaningful life.
FRANCIS A. SHUKIS
Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, ; Indoor
Track 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Math
League 1, 2, 3, To Remember: homeroom,
Chemistry, Typing, To Forget: English 9,
Earth Science and French Future Plans: Col-
Lefty or Stub
Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; manager 2,
3; Winter Track 2, 4; Spring Track 3, manager
3; To Remember: Mr. Kelly's immortal words
between periods "Get out of my hall" To
Forget: getting caught skipping May 10, soph,
year by Mrs. Bell; Favorite Saying: "827" Fu-
ture Plans: archetecture.
CHARLES DAVID SMITH
Activities: Ski Club; To Remember: how much
I enjoy wood shop with Mr. McDermott, trip to
France with Ski Club, all the kids I've met; To
Forget: how hard it is for me to get up in the
morning; Favorite Saying: "Sometimes I just
sit and think-some-times I just sit" Future
Plans: to work at Polariod, NOT TO GET
JANICE E. SPADA
Activities: Drama 1 , 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1 , 3,
4, NHS 3, 4; Student Gov't 3, 4, Math League
4; Sr. Play 4; Fac. Play; 2 Asst. Director; To
Remember: Mr. Lynch, Miss Chipman, LS,
MH,EL, JH, PG, Credeau, our gang, drama
festival 72, Faculty Play, Nights of One Acts
Sr. Play, surgical team, Link, Magic Shows,
Krey's Christmas Parties, Prom, Kingdom 1 ,
sewing stage curtains with CAT; Future Plans:
DIANNE L. SPEAR
Activities; Year Book Staff 4; JV Show 3; Pat-
rons Drive 3, 4; Tennis 3; National Honor Soc-
iety 4; To Remember; Proms, "The apple"
Kitty's, Theodore, Mackey, football games, JV
Show & parties, Junior Skip Day; swimming in
April at Hampton Beach; To Forget: CBR
Password, locker No. 730, Ach tests after the
prom, college application fees & questions, Sr
gym, GRACE: Future Plans: College.
LESLIE ANN SPEAR
To Remember: no gym in my senior year,
hockey games, working at the Shawsheen,
Joy, JF, her crazy house; To Forget: my math
courses, walking down the halls & feeling like
you're on a freeway, SATs, three studies in a
row, CBR, a bloody nose in gym; Favorite Say-
ing: You know what I mean jelly bean; Future
Plans: Go to school, get a job, meet people,
Activities: Football 1, 4; Basketball 1; Track
1, 3, 4; Chef Club 1; To Remember: Donna,
JV Show, Jr Skip day, day after Prom, summer
of 73, Swampscort, beaches and other girls,
Mr. Kelly and track practices, Swampa, Dog,
Mudpuddle, partying, VW, Bronzeballs, Dean
the Dream's parties To Forget: Locks, school
system, football camp, detention Future
Plans: college, have a great time, be a PE
teacher, settle down w/a family.
To Remember: June 1971, Yuzo, MMSR, Mrs.
Kanchuga's class, Mr. Grecoe's class,' skip-
ping, Jr and Sr year, the Tracks, Mytron, raid-
ing my neighborhood with all my friends To
Forget: my old teeth, Wilmington High
School, Gino's Human Behavior class, Gino,
my fights with Yuzo Favorite Saying: "I don't
care". Future Plans: Marrying Yuzo, having
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt 4, Basket-
ball 1 , 2, 3, 4, Capt 4, Track 1 , 2, 3, JV Show
3 To Remember: Coach Aylward, 9-0, Deb,
Junior Prom and day after, Dean's parties To
Forget: Football camp Favorite Saying: — the
whistle! Future Plans: College.
Activities: Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Soc-
cer 1, 2; Football 3; CC 4; Student Gov. Re-
member: JV Show; Swimming at Hampton in
April; CAL; Princess; Dummy; Jr. Skip Day;
Forget: Broken light; French Achievements
after Prom; running into wall in Tewks; black
eye; being a majority of 1; American Pie;
Twinks; Rambling Rambler that didn't ramble
well. Future: Go to college to get a job to pay
for the education I got in college.
Activities: National Honor Society; Art Club
2, 3, 4; JV Show. Remember: DF and 1973;
BS; skip days; Jr. Prom; JV Show; June's
birthday present; football; "Mary"; art. To
Forget: F. Party and the day after; lost faith;
leather tools. Favorite Saying: What an arm-
pit! Future Plans: To further my education in
art, become a medical assistant, be married
to . . ., have 2 children, make others happy.
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ecology 3. To Re-
member: Mrs. Mindell's first period poetry
class; all the good times I've had while at
Wilmington. To Forget: Dr. Farello's Biology I
class. Favorite Saying: "That's true." "That's
nice." Future Plans: I hope to further my edu-
cation and to have a life that will be reward-
ing to me.
Activities: Wrestling 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Work-
study 4. To Remember: Not a heck of a lot.
To Forget: Algebra II. Favorite Saying: Don't
get your bowels in an uproar. Future Plans:
To further my education.
Activities: National Honor Society; Concert
Choir 1,2,3; Student Gov.; Yearbook; Color
Guard 4; Tennis 2; Secretarial Pool 4. To Re-
member: Summer of '72; Suffolk U; '73 Sr.
Prom; pie eatting contests; Kitty's; collecting
glasses; gang; Europe. To Forget: diets; losing
tic-tac-toe; my locker when JB was there;
keypunch; History; bad days Future Plans:
Business school, becoming a secretary, travel,
Activities: Art Club 3,4; Student Council 4;
Student Gov. 3; Exec. Bd. 4; NHS 4. Re-
member: JV Show; RM's Birthday Card; Zip-
per; Old Orchard; Phillips Acad; Paul; Pete;
Art; Birthday Cake; Hampton; Soccer; Being
hungup for 3 years on 1 person. Forget: Jr.
Skip Day; French; Type; Trig; Chickens; Favo-
rite Saying: He's Got beautiful teeth. Future:
Complete School, Make someone happy.
Activities: Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Color Guard
3. To Remember: 8 period study with Cindy
and Andy; being the only girl for two years^in
classes; winning the award for highest aver-
age from Mr. Grecoe in English. To Forget:
The boys in Biology class. Future Plans: To
pursue a modeling career.
Activities: Cross Country 2; Winter Track 2, 3;
Baseball 1; Chess Club 1, 2, 3. To Remember:
All the airplanes and paper thrown across the
room in Mrs. Bell's class. To Forget: My sex
life. Future Plans: To go on in further school-
ing to become an electrical engineer.
To Remember: hanging with DK; LK; TSLG
JG; DP; MM; Bid. Ld; "the hold"; Not I not I;
Fee Yorka; JH's car; the DR; 9/21/73; Let's
get it on; M. Dr.; Bermuda strollers; VW,
football; DD's parties; Free Ride. To Forget
Booga; MBV; 6/19/73; 300 people; 50 cars
10/27/73; Cong. Church; Jr. Skip Day. Favo-
rite Saying: "Don't worry about it." Plans:
Que sera, sera.
CHERYL L. TOMASI
Activities: Basketball cheer. 2, 3; Foot, cheer.
4. To Remember: Rick; Salisbury; Friends;
Parties at MG's; DD's; and LM's; Mangus; 63
Chevy; Gina; VW; Curly Joe; Petunia; Willie
Worn.; Moper; Kevin Nolan; TG 71; Prepies;
talks with Lynn. To Forget: ALICE ATHLETE;
23 nites; Littleton; certain dance; officer Mc-
Queer. Future plans: College, then marriage.
Activities: Math League 1, 4; Drama
Sec.-Treas. 4; Science Club; NHS; Chess
Club; Art Club; Stdt. Gov; Sr. Play. Re-
member: sewing curtains with JS; canoeing;
WC with PV; EL; MJC; JL; esp. 8; festivals;
field trips; friends; fun; square dancing and
GS; teachers; last summer; Nights of 1 Acts;
Sci Club; KP and urbane systems; Forget:
Miss. Busses; tests triads; 963 words; PM pick
up. Future: More work, more fun.
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Govern-
ment 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sr. Class
Play 4; Math League 4 To Remember: CAT
and WC; Biology Lab; half-time at football
games; good friends; To Forget: crowded cor-
ridors; waiting for the bus; Future Plans: Vet-
Activities: J.V. Show 3; Patrons Drive 3. To
Remember: J.V. Show, Junior Prom, Mr.
Sheire, Bernie, K.B. (scout), R.B., Hampton,
Dr. Callahan, Maine, C.A.., K.B.'s Party
9/9/72, C.S., J.L., L.C., D.M., C.H., R.L., B.P.,
A.B. To Forget: night of senior's dance. Favo-
rite Saying: "praps" Future Plans: marrying
To Remember: football games, Saturday vis-
its to Mac's, flat tires, Tewksbury hospital,
Tewksbury parties, Mangus, chacours, skip-
ping every friday, hotdog Uncle Pickle, prom,
J.V. Show. To Forget: Junior skip day at
Hampton, T.P., K.J., D.M., R.B., C.H., E.M.
Future Plans: Become a Legal Secretary, and
to settle down and have a family with Bob.
RENEE M. WASHAK
To Remember: working on the class play,
CM. going to Dunkin Doughnuts, G.A., E.M.,
B.S., G.K., B.C., Always remember Mr.
Greco's class and Mr. Scanlon's, Freshman
yr. bomb scares, doubling with Margy and
Greddy. To Forget: Mr. D., sophomore English
class, Mr. M's speeches. Favorite Saying:
"Oh, Come On." Future Plans: Getting Mar-
ried to D.H. and going on to a nursing career.
THOMAS W. WEBBER
Activities: Cross country 2, 3, 4; Spring Track
2, 3; Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4;
J.V. Show; Patron's Drive 3, 4; Yearbook. To
Remember: The SR. and Jr. Prom, Fri. & Sat.
nights, trig, class, A.M. down in VA., Cross
Country Camp. To Forget: College Fee's and
application, S.A.T.'s and A.C.H's. Favorite
Saying: "Wannah play games, EH?" Future
Plans: Go to school, then make millions.
STEPHEN CRAIG WEBSTER
To Remember: I will never forget the chaos
and mass confusion that went on in my senior
year. To Forget: I would like to forget the pre-
judice that students and teachers had in this
Activities: Football 1, Hockey 2, Workstudy 4.
To Remember: Friday nights down the skating
rink, the weekends up N.H. with Tim, Dale.
To Forget: School. Favorite Saying: "Dream
On" Future Plans: To take up a trade, Live in
N.H. on Lake Winnipesaukee.
BETH ANNE WESTCOTT
Activities: Dietetics 1, 2, 3, 4. To Remember:
Miss Falzano, Mrs. Sutherland, Career Day,
Bus driver Ken and the wild bus trips, The Old
Mill, the junior prom, senior prom?, field trips,
the excellent senior play, Jackie Bureau,
Graduation Day. Favorite Saying: Things have
to change for the better sometime. Future
Plans: Continue to work in Dietetics, marry,
and have children.
Activities: Science Club 3, 4, Treasurer; Ski
Club 2; Chess club 2, 3; Senior class play;
Math League 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Elementary
Tutoring 3, 4. To Remember: snow storms,
L.J., L.D., T.P., T.J., J.L., P.B., L.B.S., C.T.,
class play, Mr. Maggio., Okemo, room 1,
Mackerel skies, B.O.C., Friends, and the Rat
Pack of '73. To Forget: Documentation,
Ancient History, Finals, D.P., Vi Mr. Krey's
chem. class and questions.
Activities: J.V. Show 3; Patrons Drive 3, 4;
yearbook 4; NHS. To Remember: JV Show,
proms, Geromino, Kitty's, Theodore, Smackey,
lemons, Maine, Plum Is., the apple football
games, Beach Boys, lunch, sunrise 5/21/72,
"mitten", J.'s jokes, rink, party on the hill,
Penn., friends, monadnock, roller skating,
"puddles", walks. To Forget: Jr. Skip day, JV
cast party, Hair cut, "Bessie", crushes.
To Remember: Miss Glouster, the wall, my
cars, sandwich fair, shop, termite, J.D.O.C. Jr.,
T.C.B2nd, C.H., K.W., W.D., T.V. Tom, L.G.,
Hampton & Salbury, NAPA, work study: . . .
and Rena, too. To Forget: High School, a trip
to Boston in a Green Buick with Johnny, work-
ing on cars, DeMoulas, Nerd Furbuger, how
to read. Favorite Saying: "ya" Future: NAVY,
Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Tennis 4. To Re-
member: skip days, Hampton Beach, Junior
Prom, Keene N.H., Initiations, playing games,
April 7, the fountain, Three Dog Night, my
first dance with Jen, Wendy, and Suzie To
Forget: the food, C.B.R., Junior Prom, flunking
driving test twice, sharing my locker, getting
kicked out of gym class. Future Plans: college
and soloist C.C.S.B.
Activities: Basketball cheering 2; JV Show;
Patrons Drive 3, 4; Football cheering 3, 4;
Peer Group 3, 4; Class vice-president 4; Year-
book. To Remember: Football season, bus to
away games, salad, Decisions class, senor,
"Ogla", parties, Brewster, skiing with J & S-B
& me, proms '73, summer of '73, paranoid in
the pool, victory dances, U-Mass, good
friends, Butts, Ranee, Les, Jean. To forget:
Hips vs. beeries, my broken arm, S.A.T.'s with
"Rockin' Robin." Future: College.
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, Spring Track, Chess Club 1, 2, Ski
Club 4; To Remember: Getting my license,
chasing cars with my 4 speed Corvair, field
days, field trips with JC, DM, TK, Proms, All
my teachers; To Forget: detention, principles,
lunches, being chased by a truck driver, DT;
Future Plans: College, get a good job and get
Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1 2 3
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, JV Show To Re-
member: Undefeated season, Dean's parties,
JV Show, Coach Alyward, good times with
the boys, T-D's; To Forget: Camp Wakuta,
Monday Practices, losing to Dracut "73",
Algebra, Lunches, tests, "The Whistle"; Fu-
ture Plans: Live
Activities: Drama 2; Art 3, 4; newspaper 4;
basketball 1; To Remember: The trip into
Boston; picnic at Wakefield with Science
Club, getting into Art, skipping and not get-
ting caught, KA, PC, MC, BJ, LO, MW, all the
kids from DeMoulas, making money, smoke
breaks, bomb scareo. To Forget: Algebra, of-
fice, Mr. D's Human Behavior class, lunches,
Future: become a nurse, live life on my own.
To Remember: partying in the woods, 9th and
10th grade, field days, "making love" in the
corridors, my friends, To Forget: 1st term
marks of 10th grade, detention, Miss
McCarthy's gym class; Favorite Saying: I
don't believe it; Future Plans: To go to school
in the fall, enjoy my freedom till Robert gets
out of the Navy.
Activities: Football, Soccer, Drama, Indoor
Track, Student Council, Baseball; To Re-
member: The Hill, The Woods Field Day
"72", dealing, State Drama Festival, con-
certs, barhopping, detention, playing Farmer
Joe, skipping with BC and OD; To Forget:
some classes, fifth year in WHS, the-heat, All
the staight times; Future Plans: be a mil-
lionaire, retire and spend the rest of my life
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a
different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far
— Henry David Thoreau —
First Row — Paul Reed, Ian Mclnnis, Jim Buck, Paul Fitch, Dave Spring, Doug Stewart, Bob Reid, Ed Adams, Bruce Bishop. Second row —
Steve Coville, Tim Nee, Mark Blaisdell, Bob Cain, Kris Hinxman, Rick McCully, Don Capone, Jim Cavanaugh, Joe Schibilia, Rich Arfswed-
son, Wayne Vokey, Dave Cain, Dana Rouche. Third row — Keith Rouche, Wes Moore, John Boudreau, Len Daley, Micky Grant, Peter
Capone, Peter Brown, Kenny Liston, Steve Napolitano, Doug Spring. Fourth row — Gordie Fitch, Billy Bibeau, Steve Winchell, Myron
Mclnnis, Jerry Cone, Mike Tyner, Charlie Zaverson, Tom Gillis, Coach Fran Kelley. Fifth row — Ass't. Coach Bob Cripps, Tom Flaherty,
Larry O'Brien, Steve Cook, Robin Poirier, Barry Phillips, Ass't. Coach Bob Racioppi.
First row — Kenny Kumm, Bob Cheney, Bob Stewart, Johnny Harrison, Tom Woods, Rick
Howlett, Brian Phillips, Danny Hurley. Second row — Trainer John Domby, Doug McLain,
Jimmy Busby, Tom Bromander, Chris Rounds, Bob Dorval, Bob Aprile, Barry Foster, Billy
Sinopoli, Coach Jimmy Gillis.
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"Don't worry of me, I know where I am, where I'm going and where I've been." With these
words Rod McKuen expresses a confidence of his present and future life that I'm sure many
of us cannot share. Do we really know where we're going or where we presently are? As
seniors we all have plans for the future which may include college, marriage or jobs.
However, there is no way to be sure that these choices will develop exactly as we foresee
them. And with the present being the start of our travels, it is filled with indecisions and
thoughts of what's to come. Perhaps of the past, present, and future, the only one we can
try to have a clear understanding of is our past; where we've been.
Over the past twelve years our lives have been influenced by many things. Our changing
society, our political system and even our town have affected our outlook. As friends we've
had good times and bad times, ups and downs. We've learned and worked together through
high school with encouragement from our teachers and family. After today we will go our
seperate ways. But as we turn our thoughts toward the future it is important that we
remember our past and the lessons we can learn from it. In the past we've experienced
many successes and failures which have strengthened us individually. By evaluating these
experiences we can have a basis on which to improve our present and build to our future.
Therefore, remember what we've done, the friends we've made and where we've been.
Forget the past, and the future will be a burden to you. Learn from the past, and it will carry
you into the future, or in the words of Robinson Jeffers, "Lend me the stone strength of the
past and I will lend you the wings of the future."
June 9, 1 974
Mr. McMahon, Mr. Garrett, Mr. Little, members of the School Committee (if any are
here), faculty, classmates, friends, relatives, people addicted to attending graduations and
anyone who doesn't fit into any of the afore mentioned categories:
Welcome to the graduation of the class of '74.
I haven't got too many enlightening remarks to make since just about every topic has
been talked to death by the speakers in the 100 classes that graduated before ours, so my
attempt at oratory will be mercifully brief.
Twelve years ago this day seemed an impossibly long way off. Four years ago it was right
around the corner and today, well, I can hardly believe that it has finally arrived. It seems
like yesterday that we were just starting first grade. Of course, I'm sure some of my
classmates will disagree, and say that it's been a long, boring lifetime so far, and that there
were just too many things about high school that they wished had been different.
Well, when we leave today, we will have done more than just graduate from high school.
We will have graduated into society. We will (or should) be accepted by society as mature,
responsible adults, and we will then be in a position to effect changes, to improve those
things about high school that we think could use a little improvement, and in fact to change
society because we will be society.
Our parents are shaking their heads at this. "Let them live in the real world a little"
they're saying, "and they'll smarten up. They'll lose some of that idealism. Five or six years
from now, they'll look back and remember high school as having been the best four years of
their lives. They won't change society. Society will change them."
I hope that doesn't happen. I hope we hold on to our ideals and dreams. In the words of a
poet, whose name I don't remember,
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die,
Life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.
Hold fast to dreams for if dreams go,
Life is a barren field of snow."
I hope we wiil be able to change society for the better. I hope the generations after ours
will be able to look up to us and will want to emulate us.
I hope we can go out into the world and get things done.
And in order to get this graduation done, so everybody can go home to their parties, I will
finish up by giving this piece of advice to the classes behind ours,
"Make your high school years something you can be proud to remember." And to my
classmates, I wish the best of luck in all their endeavors.
June 9, 1974
Until today our life has followed a course which has been established by educators and
guardians, but our class of 1 974 is now at a new stage in life. We presently stand upon the
threshold of an unexplored wilderness where we will individually follow the paths which we
will clear for ourselves. As we travel down our roads we can compare ourselves to leaves,
which are involved in one entity, the tree of mankind.
Extending this thought we should not forget that we cannot exist alone. If a leaf falls
from a tree it is not able to sustain itself and eventually perishes. Man like the leaf is
dependent on his lifeline, the human race. Once an individual loses touch with humanity he
ultimately ceases to properly function. It is imperative that no man is detached from this
unit. For what is mankind without the man?
When a circumstance involves one individual, it affects the remaining entity. If a man is
separated from the mass the loss is felt by all, because all of us are an important segement
Being a part of mankind, we should try to honor that title. We must demand the truth for
ourselves and others. Hypocracy and avarice are qualities which should be discouraged. It
is essential that we notice the world which is around us, appreciating the beauty of even a
blade of grass. By this means we shall be involved in mankind and not manunkind.
When there is war or peace, death or life, famine or feast, crisis or prosperity, the
outcome has a bearing on the entire world. We do not sever our relations with other
countries when situations occur. Whether a nation is fighting for independence, overcoming
a tempest or celebrating a special event we are influenced by these incidents because we
are involved with mankind.
As we start on our journey those thoughts should remain with us. John Donne using a
different image expresses my views by stating:
"No man is an island . . . Every man is a piece of the Continent . . . Any mans death
diminishes me because I am involved in mankind; And therefore never send to know for
whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee."
Janice E. Spada
June 9, 1974
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The history of our class really begins about 18 years ago in many different cities, but we
were not officially recognized as a class until September of 1970 when we entered Wil-
mington High School as freshmen. Whether we realized it or not we would be known as
the "Class of '74' ", one which was even called the worst class to enter the high school. But
all freshmen have their bad days so we really didn't mind; anyway, we were having too
much fun socializing during daily bomb scares. Mary Castaldo, Lynn Murphy, Jay Garden,
and Janice Gennetti were elected as our freshmen class officers.
We shaped up in our sophomore year under the influence of the more sophisticated
upperclassmen and even managed to sponsor a dance. Joey Cunningham, Jay Garden,
Laurie Cormier, and Janice Gennetti handled the executive duties of the class. We also
gained Mr. Woodbury as our class advisor during this year.
For our busy Junior year Gail Irwin, Jay Garden, JoAnn Langone, and Janice Gennetti
decided it was time they showed everyone how to run a class. We received our class rings
which distinguished us from the "lowly" underclassmen. We also obtained responsibility
cards for the first time which automatically made us "responsible" students. A big attrac-
tion of our junior year was our Junior Variety Show which included such hits as Tennessee,
Wigwalk, The Worm, WHS Beauty Contest, and a visit from Donny Osmond.
On May 4, 1973 we held our Junior Prom, the first semi-formal affair that most of us had
ever attended. Sharon Foley was chosen by Mr. McMahon and the band as gueen of the
prom. We ended up our junior year with a banguet where students were recognized for their
By the time we reached our senior year, Joe Lunetta, and Wendy Wiberg decided to give it
a try as President and Vice-President. They were joined by experienced JoAnn Langone and
Janice Gennetti as Secretary and Treasurer. To aid them in their duties was an able Execu-
tive Board. Many hidden talents were discovered in the fall our senior year in "THE
MIRACLE WORKER", our senior class play. We held a trip into Boston Garden to see the
Celtics and the Globetrotters play.
During the winter many seniors braved the cold to join in a toboggan party at the town
park. Although it was chilly outside, the seniors were well fortified against the cold. The
night was dark and bumpy, but managed to get by with only one casualty. We showed our
athletic ability once again at a Rollerskating trip to Wal-lex where almost everyone hit the
dust at least once.
In the spring of our senior year we voted for Senior Superlatives, Teacher of the Year, and
took many pictures for the yearbook. We also had Senior Week which included Crazy Day
and a parade from Weinberg's to the High School, Executive Day, 50's Day (which ap-
peared to be the most popular), Sports Day, and Grub Day. And of course we had to learn
the finer points of how to graduate so we took time off from school to practice. Finally, the
day we had all waited for, arrived — May 24. For those who showed up, it was the last day
of school for seniors. Attandance was lacking because this was also the day of our prom at
Anthony's Pier 4. Despite the rain outside, the 300 people aboard the ship had an enjoyable
evening. They chose Terry Patenaude to be the gueen. To close our Senior year we held a
Senior Banguet — the last time we would eat together as seniors. Many awards and
presentations were given.
Probablly the most important thing that took place during our four years at Wilmington
High School was the important job of choosing our own futures. All that we have attempted
and accomplished together in the past will be small compared to what we can accomplish
in the future both together and apart.
We, the Class of 1974, have always considered ourselves to have been blessed with an
overabundance of cultural background, along with a wealth of experience through our four
years here, accompanied with a sense of warmth, understanding, and wisdom. The list goes
on and on. Realizing this fact then, we feel compelled to share these riches by leaving some
tokens of our outstanding qualities to those who can benefit by them, or perhaps use them
as an inspiration in future years. It is with this thought in mind that we, the class of "74",
acknowledge the following as our last will and testament.
One particularly generous member of our class is Howie Coombs. Howie plans on leav-
ing his entire brain to Gordie Fitch. He is also quite modest about it, saying that his brain
won't even help Gordie. Now is that modesty? Tony Maxfield is also extremely generous,
although not quite so modest. He'd like to bestow upon some lucky future student of WHS
all of his wonderful talents, skills, and luck. Like these two, most of the other students
would like to leave items which others may find use for in order to help them through their
high school years, whether or not they be students, teachers, or members of the administra-
tion. Carlene Butler leaves her bloomers (size 40) with center half, to Jane Conlin. Kathy
Jillett, because of her interest in the education of future freshmen, leaves to them all of her
Newsweeks from P.O.D. — that's Problems of Democracy, Mr. Garrett. Another talented
senior, Carl Singeais, leaves his rope-climbing ability to any deserving underclassmen. Les
Wiberg leaves his Robert Redford looks to some underclassmen who unfortunately hap-
pens to look like Les. Billy Kelley, in an effort to be a helpfull person, leaves his complete
set of tests to Al Cariglio, Kevin Kleynen, in what appears to be a message of warning,
leaves all of Mr. Kelley's bad jokes to everyone in his Calculus class next year.
Joe Cunningham would like to help out Ray Noel. He's leaving Ray 2Vi credits for next
year. Dave Anderson leaves 101 Armenian jokes to Lynn Rinker, although they probably
won't be so funny since Dana won't be around. Micki Cavanaugh would like to leave
Ainsworth Road to Bobby Cain. Cindy Miller would like to leave Laura the privilege of
walking down the school corridor without being pushed. John Stira leaves graduation
practice to anyone who can hack it. Of course it may have been tough, but practice makes
perfect as you'll see next Sunday. Paul Capozzi is happy enough to leave, period. Mary
Castaldo leaves her title of class flirt to Linda Kovitch and Cindy Jepson. Karen Graves
leaves to the students of future graduating classes of WHS, knowledge, love, and peace;
which, of course, typifies the predominant characteristics of our class, anyway. Elaine
Lyford leaves Room 719 of the Plaza Hotel to her brother and Janice. "Crash" Debby
Chase leaves all the dents in cars to anyone who thinks they can park better than her. Margie
Coulton leaves her shorthand notebook to Mrs. Gershon, that is, if she can read it. Janice
Spada leaves a pair of torn stockings, a broken diamond ring, and one Anophole Quad-
rimaculatas to the drama club. Janice Bognore leaves the patchwork pillows in the people
center to anyone who needs a nap. Dana Daniell leaves his unlucky name, "DOG" to some
undeserving soul. Dana, I don't think you're going to be able to leave that name anywhere.
It's yours through life, I'm afraid. Bryan Davey leaves his image as being a big scoop to
Donald O'Connell and Bob Dorval. Bob Doyle leaves all his empty trays, milk cartons, and
food to "Ellie". Denise Ethier leaves her title as "Class Shrimp" to next year's shrimp and
she hopes the holder of this title will have as many laughs as she did. She wants you to
know that there are five feet stilts in her locker. Paul Fitch leaves his winning hat to Rick
McCully and Tim Nee. Kathy Gilligan leaves hall sentries, no-man's land between the cafe
and the people center, and other such frustrations to Mr. Lynch. Jack Holloway leaves his
empty Schlitz cans to Jack Stygles. Cheryl Lawler leaves all the hardwork that goes into the
making of a yearbook to some unsuspecting junior. To Don Sunnenberg goes the task of
forging passes, courtesy of Dave Mather. Scott Mosher leaves his procrastination to any-
one who can use it and get away with it. That sounds like alot of people I know, putting off
everything they do until the last minute, right Stew?
Mark O'Hearne leaves his height to little John Kaminiski. He'd also like to leave an
omnibus ticket to Mrs. Mindell.
Shirley Ricci leaves Wilmington High School to the seniors who stay back. Penny
Richards leaves the horrible idea of getting up the next morning to go to school to Gerry
Steeves. Margy Mallett leaves a ten year subscription of Playboy to Mr. Dulong. Bob Reid
leaves ups and overs and wind sprints to Gary McDonald. Cheryl Bennett leaves her
typewriter to anyone who wants to take their frustrations out on something. From what I
understood about the condition of many of the typewriters, many people already have done
so. Bruce Bishop leaves his mess in Graphic Arts to Mr. Lentine, saying it will take him ten
years to clean it up. Dave Allen leaves the wall outside of Mr. Fardy's room to Rich
Stratton. Maureen Lounsbury leaves her dungarees to anybody who enjoys the comfortable
way of living. Debbie Saunders leaves her beautiful car to anyone who wants it.
The seventh period people-center girls leave a machine gun to Miss McCarthy for sentry
duty. Cheryl Tomasi leaves her perfect attendance record to Louise Swisher, "raisins".
Carole-Anne Tyler leaves her busdriver to anyone who's never missed the bus. He'll help
you break your record. Patty Vayo leaves her cruddy gymsuit to anybody who can stand it.
Wendy Wiberg leaves her position as skinniest cheerleader to Ellen.
Finally, there are some items people would like to leave that seem senseless, but which
probably have some personal significance. For example, Donna Mullens leaves her spot in
B.O. land to Louise Swisher. Gail Irwin leaves the Swamp to McMillan, Sully, McNabb, and
Arnold. Chet Hall leaves what he found to anybody that wants it. Bernadette Gallagher
leaves her locker designed by Kathy Boylen to anyone who likes the name Bertha. Karen
Fudge leaves her baby powder to Marie Fantasia. Barb Coursey leaves a yellow comb,
"oops", mother hen to Jim O'Connors. Jim Ruggierio leaves a horse shoe to Joe Cunning-
ham. Nancy White leaves her track sneakers to Mrs. Bean. Becky Suggs leaves road
directions to Miss Stanceau. Paul Sferraza leaves Mr. McMahon his gym towel to give him
something to comb his hair with. The senior science munchkins leave a bag of their tricks to
Johnny Merlin. Cilia Martell leaves her four year old sneakers, that could walk away by
themselves, to anyone who can stand the odor. LouAnn Rice leaves her faithful camel to
Mr. Keller's used camelot. Lavinia White leaves the end of the graduation line to next year's
tallest girl. Terry Patenaude leaves her nickname "Shirley" to Louise Swisher. Bob Scarano
and Chet Hall jointly leave lobster shells to the maitre d' at Pier 4. Bob Stewart leaves Ben
Hogan's milk to Mr. Joyce. Susan Peabody leaves a long playing album consisting of forty
minutes of Sue's patented laughing. This album is made under the supervision of her
directors, B.S. and P.G., who continually prompt her by saying "pen, pen".
Lastly and most importantly, however, we, the class of 1974 would like to leave our
thanks to the faculty and administration of Wilmington High School. They're made us what
we are today.
Seriously, though, high school can probably be considered the most important and
memorable part of our lives. The reason for this is that it's the time of our lives when we
change and mature from the savage freshmen we were when we entered high school to
mature people, with at least the basic characteristics that will be part of our personalities
throughout our entire lives.
So for being part of this most memorable time in our lives, the entire Class of '74 leaves to
you, the faculty and administration of WHS, our thanks.
The year is 1999 and the government corruption and scandals of the 70's are still upon
us. President Joe Lunetta is in the process of being impeached with 1 5 days to go in his term
of office, but nobody will tell us why. President Joe, as he is affectionately called, has just
created a new cabinet-level post called the Clean Water and Other Consumable Fluid
Bureau. This bureau is headed by Ed Moloney who is assisted by Tom Martin. Their first
official act in office was to create beer as the national drink. Bob Scarano, formerly Juan
Scarini, a native from the island of Tahiti and also a professional wrestler, is now chief of
staff protecting President Joe's every move. Dave Anderson has finally made it to be Betty
Crocker Homemaker of the Year. With this auspicious award comes the job of cooking and
preparing the food for the White House. Mark O'Hearne, Dave Allen, Les Wiberg, and Patty
Hanlon, who each own a Friendly's Ice Cream Store, are now in court because of an
alledged contribution to the now famous "Ice Cream Fund". Carl Singelais is now the
president's speech writer. His writing is so messy that they have to have Frank Shukis, a
decoder from the CIA, come in to translate. Frank does an excellent job since he has had
many years of experience decoding his own handwriting. After the President makes one of
these speeches, the nation is usually upset by the bad news, so Sue Peabody comes on and
laughs non-stop for an hour to cheer the people up. The President has to be cheered up too,
after he makes his speech. This job is done by the world renown Las Vegas comedian Paul
Sferazza who got this job through his manager Bryan Davey. Dean Devlin is now the official
wine and beer taster for the White House with Kevin Kleynan as the official food tester, the
only problem being that when they get through tasting the beer, wine, and food there's
none left. Mary Castaldo is the wife of some obscure man, a former Attorney General. She's
always on the phone and never stops talking. Meryl Clark, Jean Novak, Cathy Howlett,
Lynn Murphy, and Donna Mullens are leading the White House Pep Squad which consists
of the members of the Grand Old Opra in Nashville where the President recently played,
and the President's dog, King Timahee, whose personal physician is Patty Vaye.
Cheryl Lawler is the President's personal secretary whose slight absent-mindedness re-
sulted in an 18V2-minute gap in a very important tape recording. Paul Fitch, whose fortune
was gained through his chain of bunny clubs in competition with Hugh Hefner, is down in
Costa Rica hiding from federal authorities due to his illegal $200,000 campaign contribu-
tion. Kathi Gilligan is now the head of the House Judiciary committee in charge of the
impeachment. As chairwoman of this committee, although she may become very bored
listening to the presidential tapes, she has certainly acquired a new list of four-letter words.
Bruce Bishop is currently the head of the Air Force, Dana Daniell the head of the Navy, and
Johnny Harrison is the head of the Army, their only duty is to control their new secret
weapon . . . Joey Cunningham dressed up as Donny Osmond. You see, they send Joey out
on to the battle field in the Mid-East and all the female soldiers go wild over him and there's
no more war, it's very simple. This eases the burden of Margie Coulton who is country-
hopping trying to create world peace. Dianne Pintrich, Sue Lowry, Lisa Branzetti, and
Wendy Wiberg are back down in Bermuda as secret agents studying the male natives on
that island. Janice Spada, Margaret Forrest, Elaine Lyford, Paul Gracia, Tony Maxfield,
Richard Grinder, Wanda Dahl, Barbara Coursey, and Carole-Ann Tyler have all just won
Tony Awards for their special White House performance of the new hit play Helen Keller
Sees Again, costumes by Karen Passmore and JoAnne MacQuarrie and directed and pro-
duced by Lavinia White. Jim Buck, Wade Holbrook, and John Stira combine to make up the
White House Band. Under the direction of bandleader, Steve Bussell, they play the new
national anthem, the Budweiser Song.
Joe Brazell is the director of Health, Education, and Welfare. What kind of health, what
kind of education, and whose welfare he doesn't tell us. As director, Joe has taken care of
some of his old friends back at Wilmington High School. He has appointed Bob Doyle to the
post of assistant principal at WHS, his sole duty being to direct traffic in the parking lot in
the morning. By the way, the parking lot is guarded by Rick Virtus for obvious reasons.
Susan Hosmer, Debbie DeAngelais, and Maureen Lounsbury have taken up the positions of
nurses in the Wilmington School System. Their duties consist of stabbing poor, defenseless
seniors with gigantic needles. As a last ditch effort to help some of his former classmates
along, Joe has replaced some of the more senior members of the teaching staff with people
from the class of '74. Judy LeFaveur has replaced Miss Bocchino, Wes Ryan — Mr. Maggie,
Cliff Downs — Mr. Joyce, Larry Foster — Mr. Fessenden, Kenny Kumm — Mr. DiSarcina,
Brian Phillips — Mr. Lynch, Dave Spring — Coach Aylward, and Gary Kelloway — Dr.
Callahan. These members of the class of '74 perform the sole duty that these teachers
performed in their years of service to old WHS, they had the courage to show up. And in
one final effort to save WHS from complete ruin, Joe brought Ellie, the caf lady, out of
retirement. Dianne Spear, Bob Frengillo, and Nancy White, all managers of Dunking
Doughnut shops have merged with Pewter Pot managers Cheryl Bennett and Janice Bog-
nore to form a new establishment known as The Dunking Pot, where corrupt politicians go
to drown their sorrows. Howie Coombs, April Anderson, Jim Ruggiero, and Harold Walley,
all graduates of Mr. Beaton's economics class, are now the leading economists in the
country, overseeing where every penny is spent, making sure there is economy in govern-
ment, but of course they pay themselves $150,000 a year.
In Washington, there has been a flood of new athletic teams coming into this city. A new
football team, coached by Gail Irwin with players such as Jack Holloway, Doug Stewart,
Tom Woods, Rick Howlett, and Ray Noel; a soccer team coached by Jay Garden with Mark
Kalkanajian, Timmy Swisher, Barry Aruda, Roy Meyer, and Ronny Lawrenceson. A pro-
tennis team with player-coach Kathy Pavelcak, Ann-Marie Breakey, Mike Mahoney, John
Arvanitis, Mary Jane Cunningham, Tommy Webber, and Beth Bradford. And a baseball
team coached by Bob Cheney with MaryAnn Langone, Cheryl Reid, and Carlene Butler.
The reason why all of these teams have come to Washington is because they found the
necessary playing grounds on the White House Lawn, you see the President got into a
little problem with the IRS and he had to rent out the White House lawn in order to raise
some money fast.
On the local level, Bob Butters is now a state representative who doubled as a used car
salesman, selling used Plymouths. Becky Suggs and Karen Fudge are in charge of keeping
Bobby's smile nice and bright, because you know about politicians and you know about
used car salesmen, so when you mix the two together you're in trouble. Jake Tighe is now
the chief law enforcement officer in the U.S., his first duty was to change the streaking laws.
There is now a national lottery directed by Debbie Grant and Valerie Hall. Wayne Kirby and
Ed Adams are against this lottery since they believe it cheats the people out of their hard
earned money. They have been trying to figure out the probability of winning, with their
great training from Mr. Woodbury's probability class, but the only thing that they have
found out is that the probability of finding the probability is very low. Steve Whalen is a
former vice president, formerly governor of Maryland, who has resigned in favor of playing
golf. The way that they treated political enemies before the Watergate Affair was to have
the v.p. play golf with them, and everybody knows about the v.p.'s golf playing ability. Now
all they do to political enemies is to have the President support them. The person who took
over after this v.p. resigned was Scott Mosher, the only problem here was that he takes is
title seriously, we now have a president in charge of vice. Bernie Gallagher, Kathy Boylen,
Paul Gappezzi, Janice Gennetti, Terry Patenaude, Denise Ethier, Gail Gustafeson, Billy
Kelley, and Laurie Justice are the nine justices of the Supreme Court. They have just ruled in
favor of allowing Wilmington High School to implement capital punishment to be used on
the little kiddies who fail to show the proper identification when stopped in the hallway.
So in the year 1999 many of the members of the class of 1974 have achieved various
positions of distinction. They have in this prophecy, as I'm sure they will in their actual lives,
set goals for themselves and achieve these goals. One of our classmates said this very well:
"We can Soar to the goals we set for ourselves, for the sky is our limit and the doors of time
have just now opened."
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